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education 18 
experience 54 
competition 106 
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PROGRESS: 



Clean halls lay 
between the empty 
classrooms of the 
school, waiting 
for students to 
return to continue 
their progress 
through school 
life. 

An empty locker 
proved not all 
studying was com- 
pleted at school 
—especially near 
the end of a 
grading period. 
A grafitti-covered 
music arrangement, 
play dialogue, or 
field trip itiner- 
ary represented 
long hours of 
determination. 
A discarded season 
ticket, athletic 
program, or wilted 
homecoming mum 
held memories of 
an action-packed 
game, a fighting 
team. 

A single student 
integrated into 
the exhileration 
of scholastic 
competition and 
community involve- 
ment denoted the 
pracitcal applica- 
tion of all aspects 
of education. 



BEFORE 8:15: 

time between 

arrival, homeroom 

filled with activity 



Arriving via a 
crowded city bus, 
emerging from the 
frustration 
of being involved 
in a traffic jam, 
or approaching the 
building on foot, 
students prepared 
to follow the 
routine of a new 
school day. 
Activity centered 
around the book 
store, at Exit 5, 
or in the cafeter- 
ia where pupils 
waited for school 
to begin. 
Suddenly, 
the 8 o'clock bell 
rang, and students 
crowded into 
stairways, discard- 
ed unnecessary 
articles at their 
lockers, and 
fought their way 
through the 
congested 
hallways to home- 
room, 
contemplating 
an incomplete 
theme assignment, 
the dissection of 
a frog, Mr. Brown's 
U.S. History 
dramatizations. 






CLASSES: 

new homeroom 

procedure begins 

daily schedule 



Each school day 
was initiated with 
a homeroom period 
which convened 
from 8:15 until 
8:30. (This time 
change was schedul- 
ed to accomodate a 
larger enrollment 
and more double 
period classes.) 
After the P.A. 
announcements were 
read and homeroom 
procedures were 
completed, students 
passed to 
their respective 
classes as IBM 
programs dictated. 
While the Viet Nam 
conflict continued, 
college unrest was 
perpetuated, and a 
vital senatorial 
campaign was per- 
sued by Hartke and 
Roudebush, pupils 
were taught the 
fundamental con- 
cepts of education 
which will equip 
them with the 
ability to 
combat the growing 
complexities of 
tommorrow's society. 






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As early as 1 o'clock or as late as 
1:45, 2600 students, teachers, 
and administrators converged on 
the cafeteria. Definitely unlike any 
other period in a student's 
schedule, his lunch hall imposed 
no seating charts, no conversation 
bans, and no homework assign- 
ments. During the 40 minutes 
which are generally conceded to 
be the shortest of the day, stu- 
dents glanced at class notes, con- 
versed with friends, or used the 
pay phones before submitting to 
the routine of the afternoon 
schedule. 




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AFTER 3:15: 

participation 

brings enjoyment, 

honor, satisfaction 



School activities 
reached all stu- 
dents from those 
interested in 
having fun to 
those wishing to 
help the school. 
During the day 
they assisted in 
the office, 
library, or on stage 
as they learned 
through experi- 
ence. Dealing with 
student needs and 
desires was the 
Student Council. 
Clubs, vocational 
or interest, 
provided afternoon 
activities. 
Dances, plays, 
the musical, PRV, 
and banquets were 
held in the 
early evening — 
a time 
to enjoy, honor, 
and participate. 
Activities gave 
students the 
opportunities 
to broaden 
their lives 
to face similar 
situations 
in the future. 



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ATHLETICS: 
winning season 
depicts student 
body enthusiasm 



How could a school 
have achieved 
a winning 
athletic season? 
Many weeks 

before the first 
game or meet, 
the team 
was chosen 
and training 
began with the 
fundamentals. 
Whether it was 
a football 
game or a golf 
match, the 
competition 
with other schools 
and intramurals 
created the 
enthusiasm 
to strive 
to perfect 
team skills. 
Support for 
a victory 
from the 

cheerleaders and 
other students 
encouraged 
the athletes 
to perform to 
their maximum 
capacity 
to obtain 
a winning 
season. 



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SENIORS: 

class activities 

create lasting 

memories 



Rain, fog, and 
the enthusiastic 

sound of "SENIORS" 

on Senior Day, 

June 4,1970, 

opened the year 

on which the 

class of 1971 

would often look 

back. Senior 

homeroom and 

activities, like 

the class play 

and party, were 

finally theirs. 

Anxiety mounted 

for the decisions 

involving college 

applications or 

job opportunities. 

Spring brought 

Senior Activities 

Week which 

included tricycle 

races, pie-eating 

contests, and the 

"Senior Stairs." 

Graduation and 

the prom 

brought a time to 

look back at 

the last four 

years of 

learning and 

to look forward 

to those open 

in adult life. 





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EDUCATION 



Education 
required long 
hours of prepar- 
ation, concentra- 
tion, and class 
participation in a 
minimum of 4 and a 
maximum of 5 1/2 
courses each day. 
Each member of the 
student body was 
given the oppor- 
tunity to select 
courses from the 
school's 12 
departments and 
the 247 classes 
that were offered 
by them. 

Beginning with the 
prerequisites of 
more advanced 
education, each 
student progressed 
from one level of 
achievement to the 
next area of 
accomplishment. 
After accumulating 
at least 32 
credits, students 
graduated, better 
prepared to face 
the pressures of 
competition 
created by the 
expanding world of 
business and 
technology and 
the challenges of 
college lives. 



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DIRECTORS: 

new boys' dean, 

assistant dean, 

added to staff 



Outside activities 
helped each 
administrator 
to do his job 
more efficiently. 
Mr. Thomas 
Stirling, 
Principal, 
was executive 
secretary of the 
ndiana Student 
Council. Besides 
being in charge of 
student program- 
ming, Mr. 
Frank Tout 
worked on his 
Doctorate degree. 
Mr. Charles 
Ruschhaupt was 
in charge of 
finances and 
co-sponsor 
of Howe's 
Student Council 
with Mrs. Patricia 
Alexander, 
who served as 
Dean of Girls. 
Mr. Raymond Riley 
became the new 
Dean of Boys. 
Assisting the 
deans and teaching 
orientation 
classes were Mrs. 
Margaret Benson 
and Mr. Joe 
Lewis. Miss 
Maryon Welch 
moved from 
junior-high to 
freshman 
counsefor, Mr. 
Thomas Totten, 
Director of 
Guidance, was also 
the counselor 
helping seniors 
with graduation 
activities. 





Mr. Saeed Akhtar Mrs. Patricia Alexander 

Industrial Arts Dean of Girls 




Mr. Rex Anderson 
Junior Counselor 



Mr. James Arvin 
Physical Education 




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Mrs. Hariette Baker 
English 



Sgt. Jerome Baker 
ROTC 




Mrs. Deborah Bareford Mr. David Baugh 
Business Evening School Dir. 



20 education 





A. Being an administrator can sometimes be a "messy job." During 
the senior week pie-eating contest, Mr. Frank Tout accidently re- 
ceived a cream pie in the face. 

B. Mrs. Patricia Alexander, Dean of Girls, greets senior Dawn Moxey 
on her first day back after an extended illness. 

C. Principal Mr. Thomas Stirling is always willing to listen patiently 
to the voice of students and teachers. 

D. Assisting the Dean of Boys, Mr. Frank "Joe" Lewis checks the 
attendance and conference cuts. 

E. In addition to taking care of discipline, Mr. Raymond Riley, Dean 
of Boys, also arranges for student tutors. 








OFFICE, COOKS, 

CUSTODIANS: 

workers keep 

howe functional 



Howe's office 

staff assisted 

students by 

working in the 

bookstore, 

library, 

senior office, 

and gym, 

English and music 

departments. 

Also, they helped 

take care of 

registration, 

attendance, and 

the secretarial 

work for the 

administrators. 

Custodians were 

always busy. 

They swept halls 

during classes, 

washed windows, 

and repaired 

broken equipment 

throughout 

the building. 

Many of their 

jobs were done 

after school hours. 

Every evening, 

the custodians 

cleaned the 

classrooms and 

the restrooms. 

Every Howe 

student 

depended on the 

cafeteria staff. 

Each day, 

the cooks 

arrived before 

school and 

prepared the 

food they 

served 

for lunch. 

Several of the 

cafeteria workers 

were mothers 

of students and 

drmer graduates 





Mr. Bruce Beck 
English, Head 



Mr. Richard Beck 
English 




Mr. Robert Beckley Mrs. Frances Barnett 
Music Teacher-aid 




Mrs. Margaret Benson Miss Sandra Brady 
Counselor English 




Mr. Robert Bramblett Mrs. Elinor Bretzlaff 
Music English 



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A. As switchboard operator, Mrs. Evelyn Miller finds the telephone 
always ringing. Here, she attempts to answer one of the many ques- 
tions that come into the office. 

B. CAFETERIA STAFF: FRONT ROW— Martha Dalton, Roaslie Se- 
chressti, Maria Hill, Vargara Parcel, Henrietta Larison, Helen Obery 
(cafeteria manager), Grace Fulk. SECOND ROW— Margaret Kahl, 
Marilyn Rompkins, Wilma Kidwell, Lucille Reifeis, Kathleen O'Maley, 
Dorothy Carter, Anneliesa Puschmann, Norma Dunn. THIRD ROW — 
Kathleen Maudlin, Juanita Smith, Stella Minnis, Florence Murphy, 
Maude Adams, Gladys Hartle, Geertrui DeRoos, Nan Walters, Mary 
Jeanette Moore. FOURTH ROW — Robert Robinson, Joyce Bertram, 
Mable Allen, Esther Chambless, Ruth Laughlin, Doris Williams, Helen 
May, Ruth Taylor, Marguerite Fender, Helen Garrett. 

C. CUSTODIANS: FRONT ROW— Nicholas Petrakis, Charles Robin- 
son, Charles Anderson, Louis Adams, Clarence England, Edgar Tur- 
pin, Bert Juster, John DeChemin, Neoma Hollenbaugh. SECOND 
ROW — Jesse Garrison, Harold Hart, John Ford, Robert Drew, Ra- 
mond Fulton, Daniel Waggoner, Richard Hilton, (not pictured — Irvin 
Epperly, Charles Seay, Bernard Spurgon). 



PTA, MEN'S 

400 CLUB: 

weight system 

purchased 



Howe had two 
parent-teacher 
groups: the PTA 
and The Men's 
400 Club. These 
two groups have 
similar goals, 
and they often 
worked coopera- 
tively. The PTA 
was under the 
direction of 
President Mrs. 
Joan Thomas. 
A new project 
sponsored by 
the PTA was a 
Tenderloin Fry; 
this event took 
place the night 
of the 
Football 
Homecoming. 
The PTA and 
Men's 400 
Club worked 
at the 
concession 
stands during 
the games. 
An annual 
project sponsored 
by the Men's 400 
Club was the 
selling of Howe 
license plates. 
Both groups 
supported the 
student body 
by providing 
new facilities, 
such as the 
Universal 
Weight System 
the Men's 400 
Club donated. 
Mr, Dick 
Becher led 
the Men's 
400 Club 
as President. 

24 education 




Mr. Steven Briggs 
English 



Miss Janice Brown 
Physical Education 




Mr. Philip Brown 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Mary Calloway 
Business 




Mrs. Eileen Cannon 
Library 



Mr. Timotheus Carson 
French 




Mrs. Doris Cartwright Mrs. LaVerne Coffin 
Home Economics, Head English 





A. During the'Christmas Tea that the PTA arranged for the teachers, 
Mr. Thomas Stirling, principal, talks with Mrs. Mary Applegate and 
Mrs. Dorothy Dobson. 

B. Mr. Richard Oberlies, a member of the Men's 400 Club, takes a 
moment to check the financial books. 

C. Working after school, Mrs. Mary Summit, a member of the PTA, 
helps repair Howe's torn football jerseys. 

D. Before a 400 Club meeting, Mr. Robert Smoot, Mr. Irwin Dobson, 
and Mr. Bud Summit discuss future plans. 





ENGLISH: 
department helps 
students develop 

creativity 




Twenty-eight 

teachers under the 

direction of 

first year English 

Department Head 

Mr. Bruce Beck 

expanded the 

concept o' advanced 

placement classes. 

This concept 

involved more 

concentration on 

logical thinking 

and analysis of 

literature. Also, 

this year a plan 

to aid students in 

overcoming reading 

difficulties was 

introduced by Mr. 

Beck. New members 

to the staff were 

Mrs. Linda James, 

Mr. Steve Sirmin, 

Mrs. Marjorie 

Spice, Miss Cindy 

Starker and Mrs. 

Ann Williams. 

Distinguishing 

this department 

from similar ones 

was an award from 

the National 

Council of 

Teachers of English 

for "evidence of 

excellence in its 

instructional 

program, as 

revealed by its 

apparent contribution 

to the high 

quality of writing 

and the literary 

awareness of its 

students honored 

with the 1970 

National Council 

of Teachers of 

English Award 



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Mr. Norman Coglan Mrs. Vesta Cohee 
Industrial Arts Latin 




Mrs. Pauline Craig Mrs. Margaret Crawford 
Mathematics English 




Mr. E. Dale Dinkins Mrs. Mary Easton 
English Business 




M/Sgt. Harold Ecktman Mr. Harold Eddleman 
ROTC Science 




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A. In order to make a point more clear to his class, Mr. Wayne Mellott 
frequently uses visual aids. 

B. Miss Shirley Smith explains the structural analysis of the American 
short story. 

C. In Etymology class, students listen intently as their classmate reads 
his definition of a root. 

D. Humanities teacher Miss Helen O'Drain watches students prepare 
an assignment which is to choose pictures that they feel portray their 
inner selves. 



LIBRARY: 

new machines 

aid students 

with research 



Howe's library was 
the central 
location of the 
school's research 
materials. 
Pupils relied 
on the library 
when writing 
term or research 
papers, which are 
required of 
regular fall 
English courses. 
Another part of 
the Howe library, 
room 126, was 
equipped with 
tape recorders, 
record players, 
and the Readers 
Guide to Period- 
ical Literature. 
Occasionally 
students found 
that the library 
was a center for 
animal 
rehabilitation. 
Mrs. Dorothy 
Smith often cared 
for injured and 
sick cats and 
dogs and placed 
them in good 
homes. 
Maintaining the 
library with 
useful and pertin- 
ent information 
was the job of 
head librarian 
Mrs. Smith. 
Mrs. Eileen Cannon, 
Mrs.Lillian Owens, 
assisted by 
teacher-aid 
Mrs. Frances 
Barnett, 
direct the 
activities in 
the library. 

28 education 




Mr. Robert Edwards 
Science 



Mr. John Ervin 
English 




Mr. William Farrell 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Frances Fawver 
Office 




Mrs. Blanche Ferguson 
Home Economics 



Mr. Ron Finkbiner 
Social Studies 




Mr. Charles Fitzgerald Miss Patricia Fitzpatrick 
Physical Education English 





A. Kevin DeWitt uses one of the newest machines in room 1 26, the 

A. V. Matic, which shows a filmstrip and plays a record simultane- 
ously when a cartridge is inserted. 

B. Freshman Mindy LeMay demonstrates how to use the "Super- 
Loop," an 8-millimeter projector which plays a three or four minute 
segment of a film. 

C. Jim DeFur contemplates the selection of a paperback book 
available in the classroom library in room 229. 

D. Mrs. Dorothy Smith explains the correct method of filing over- 
due booklists to a library assistant. 

E. Many students use the library's facilities to break the monotony 
of study halls in their daily schedules. 





SOCIAL 

STUDIES: 

department adds 

urban affairs 



Students 
enrolled in the 
Social Studies 
Department this 
year noticed 
several changes 
that had been 
made. The staff 
was expanded by 
the addition of 
two new teachers, 
Mr. Dan Meek, and 
Mr. Charles 
Harris. Courses 
offered this year 
included Socio- 
logy, Psychology, 
U. S. History, 
World History, 
Government, and a 
new course, 
Urban Affairs, 
taught by Mr. 
William Farrell. 
This new course 
studied con- 
temporary problems 
and was divided 
into three parts, 
six weeks each. 
For the first six 
weeks students 
studied American 
urban history. 
They concentrated 
on questions such 
as the origin of 
modern problems 
and reasons why 
solutions have not 
been implemented. 
The rest of the 
semester was 
devoted to the 
discussion of 
poverty, crime, 
and drugs. Films 
and guest speakers 
helped students 
evaluate 
proposed solutions. 

30 education 




Mr. John Fleetwood 
Science 



Mrs. Alberta Follis 
Office 




Mr. Schuyler Geller Mr. Charles Gwaltney 
Science Science 




Mrs. Virginia Hall Mr. Richard Hammond 
Office Science 




Mr. Kenneth Hanna Mr. Richard Harpold 
Business Physical Education 





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A. Talking to one of her many students, Miss Mary McLane explains 
how a branch of the U. S. government functions. 

B. While his Sociology students take a test, Mr. Hartwell Kayler, 
Social Studies Department Head, reviews current newspaper articles 
about social problems. 

C. Mr. Charles McGinley lectures to one of his freshman World 
History classes about the Byzantine Empire. 

D. Holding his students' attention, Mr. Philip Brown expresses his 
views on a phase of U. S. History. 




MOCK 

ELECTION; 

returns show 

divided victory 



Each fall in t 

Government classes 

of the Social 

Studies 

Department, the 

daily routine of 

reading, 

discussing the 

material, and 

taking tests 

turns to one of 

making posters, 

giving speeches, 

and running for 

political offices 

in the Mock 

Election. Miss 

Mary McLane 

and Mr. Ron 

Finkbiner were the 

faculty advisors 

of the Federalist 

and Nationalist 

parties. Classes 

were divided 

into precincts and 

students ran for 

offices on both 

the city-county 

and state levels. 

Only Government 

classes delved 

into the workings 

of a political 

election; however, 

the U.S. History 

classes also 

participated by 

voting in the 

general election. 

For the fourth 

straight year 

the "Feds" 

won the majority 

of state offices 

with Paul Thomas 

being elected 

Governor. 

Nationalist Mike 

Becher won the Lt. 

Governor position. 




Mr. Charles Harris Mrs. Dorothy Heniser 
Social Studies Office 




Mr. F. M. Howard Mr. Raymond Hulce 

Art, Head Spanish 




Mr. George Jackson Mrs. Linda James 
Business, Head English 







Mr. Dewin Johnson Miss Marilyn Jones 

Industrial Arts Social Studies 




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A. Nationalist State Chairman Chris Brandt starts the poll of the 
cities so that Dave Knoy, tabulator, can record the first ballot votes 
for Attorney General. 

B. Following a decisive first ballot victory for the Lt. Governor candi- 
date, Mike Wieneke, the Federalist delegates broke out in spontane- 
ous enthusiasm. 

C. Starting at 7:35 A.M. and concluding at the end of second period, 
both conventions were interrupted when everyone had to report to 
homeroom at 8:15. Order was recalled at the end of homeroom, and 
the procedure of nominating candidates for state offices was 
resumed. During the recess, room 69, which had been transformed 
into the Nationalist convention hall, stood vacant of delegates. 

D. FEDERALIST CANDIDATES: FRONT ROW— Anita Powers, Clerk 
of the Courts; Beth Brown, Appellate Court Judge; Anita Kroeger, 
Auditor; Pam Bowen, Reporter of the Court; Nancy Smith, State 
Chairman; Bonnie Derington, Supreme Court Judge. BACK ROW— 
Ken Evens, Supreme Court Judge; Mark Hidinger, Appellate Court 
Judge; Joe McColley, Treasurer; Ralph Wadsworth, Attorney Gen- 
eral; Paul Thomas, Governor; Mike Wieneke, Lt. Governor; Steve 
Applegate, Superintendent of Public Instruction; Steve Mathis, Ap- 
pellate Court Judge. Not pictured is Cheryl Mee, Secretary of State. 

E. From her position at the podium in the auditorium, Federalist 
State Chairman Nancy Smith introduces the keynote speaker Ralph 
Wadsworth who stressed party unity. 

F. NATIONALIST CANDIDATES: FRONT ROW— Patty Nickolaus, 
Auditor; Lenny Thornburg, Governor; Mike Becher, Lt. Governor; 
Virginia Andrews, Appellate Court Judge.SECOND ROW— Roxanne 
Hicks, Appellate Court Judge; Dave Rogers, Secretary of State; Den- 
nis West, Attorney General; Randy Deane, Supreme Court Judge. 
BACK ROW— Jim Byrne, Clerk of the Courts; Bil Totten, Supreme 
Court Judge; Denny Haygood, Appellate Court Judge; Craig Rein- 
hardt, Reporter of the Court; Tom Boyd, Superintendent of Public 
Instruction; Chris Brandt, State Chairman. Not pictured is Dave 
Knoy, Treasurer. 



LANGUAGE: 

howe active 

in i. u. 

honors program 



P Because the 
emphasized 
objectives of the 
language department 
were comprehension 
and communication, 
Michael Becher's 
summer trip to 
Mexico initiated 
an active year for 
those involved 
with the Foreign 
Language Depart- 
ment. Mike was one 
of twenty-nine 
students in the 
program given 
an opportunity to 
visit a country 
whose language 
they study. 
Advanced courses 
were offered in 
French, Latin, and 
Spanish. 
Miss Mary 
Thumma led the 
department staff 
of six teachers. 
New to the 
department 
this year were 
Mrs. Joan 
McAllister and 
Mr. Harry Preston, 
who also taught 
math and sponsored 







the Hi-Y Club. 

Mrs. McCallister 

was sponsor of the 

"Hornet Honey's", 

the girls' drill 

team. 

Mr. Timotheus 

Carson created a 

program entitled 

"A Glimpse Into 

The Heart of a 

ck Man As Told 

Through 

Poetry and Music 



34 education 




Mr. Hartwell Kayler 
Social Studies, Head 



Mr. Samuel Kelley 
Physical Education 




Mr. Jack Kemper 
Mathematics 



Mr. Donald Kerr 
Mathematics 





Mr. Max Kidwell 
Industrial Arts 



Mrs. Jane Killion 
Business 




Mr. Edward Kuonen 
Mathematics 



Mr. Jack Lawson 
Industrial Arts 





A. Miss Mary Thumma, department head, listens to her Spanish 
students' pronounciation while in the lab. 

B. Mr. Timotheus Carson explains French "er" verb conjugations to 
his first year students. 

C. At the beginning of the period, Mrs. Vesta Cohee takes attend- 
ance in her Latin Class. 

D. Mrs. Joan McCallister explains proper conjugations of irregular 
French verbs to her second year students. 





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MATH: 

general math 3,4 

added to 

curriculum 



In his second year 
as director of the 
Math Department, 
Mr. Glenn Rohde 
was president of 
the Central Indiana 
Council of 
Teachers of 
Mathematics. 
General Math 3 and 
4 were added to 
the department 
curriculum. Howe 
teachers partici- 
pated in a city 
program to prepare 
study aids for 
students of Basic 
Math. 
During the summer 
months, Howe math 
teachers engaged 
in several 
educational and 
recreational 
endeavors. Miss 
Nancy McMillan 
visited the Great 
Northwest, while 
Mr. Robert 
Mitchell worked 
for the City Park 
Department as 
Supervisor of 
Wading Pools. Mrs. 
Pauline Craig flew 
to Europe where 
she visited six 
countries 
including, 
Oberammergau, 
Germany, home of 
the Passion Play. 
Mr. Glenn Rohde 
attended a 
workshop for 
calculus teachers 
at Hope College 
in Michigan. 

36 education 




Mr. Frank Lewis 
Counselor 



Mr. Thomas Lewis 
Music 




Mr. James Lynch 
Art 



Mrs. Joan McAllister 
French 




Mr. Louis McEnderfer Mr. Charles McGinley 
Music Social Studies 




Mr. William McGrogan Miss Mary McLane 
Science Social Studies 





A. Mr. Jack Kemper uses an overhead projector to answer ques- 
tions about algebraic equations. 

B. Math Department Head Mr. Glenn Rhode explains the graph of 
a trig function to his class. 

C. Mr. Justin Rehm checks to make certain one of his Basic Math 
students completes a problem acurately. 

D. Mr. Edward Kuonen answers final questions as his students 
prepare to take a test. 





SCIENCE: 

double period 

classes 

reorganized 



Howe students 
experienced 
several changes 
this year in the 
Science Depart- 
ment. Mr. Schuyler 
Geller, who was 
recently graduated 
from I. U., taught 
Chemistry and 
General Science. 
Mr. Harold 
Eddleman, a 1954 
Purdue graduate 
who has since 
earned his 
doctorate in 
biophysics, taught 
Biology. There 
were 14 
teachers under 
the direction of 
Mr. William 
Smith, who was 
back for his sixth 
year as department 
head. To accomo- 
date the many 
students enrolled 
in double period 
classes, a new 
system was 
implemented. 
The words 
londay, Tuesday, 
and every other 
Wednesday" were 
frequently spoken 
in the biology, 
chemistry, and 
physics 
laboratories. 
In class, students 
observed and 
participated in 
experiments 
which gave them 
an opportunity to 
discover answers 
to their many 
science questions. 



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Mr. Gerald McLeish Miss Nancy McMillan 
Social Studies Mathematics 





Mr. Danny Meek 
Social Studies 



Mr. Wayne Mellott 
English 




Mr. David Miller 
Business 



Mrs. Evelyn Miller 
Office 





Mr. D. Robert Mitchell Mr. Steven Mobley 
Mathematics Business 



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A. Included in Mr. Robert Edwards' busy schedule are grading 
Chemistry tests and helping students complete their laboratory as- 
signments. 

B. Chemistry, a class selected by many students, requires much 
hard work and concentration. 

C. In a double period of Biology, Robin Herrington examines speci- 
mens of poluted water with a microscope. 

D. Dave Zimmerman, one of Mr. Richard Hammond's physics stu- 
dents, analyzes compounds with a spectrophometer. 




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BUSINESS: 

new freshman 

course taught 

by mr. jackson 



Howe's Business 
Department's 
objective was the 
preparation of 
students for the 
business world. 
Shorthand and 
Typing, two 
courses which were 
popular electives, 
trained pupils for 
secretarial 
positions as well 
as advanced their 
proficiency in 
study skills. 
Two subjects 
previously not 
offered at Howe 
were added to the 
curriculum. They 
included Business 
Opportunities, 
taught by depart- 
ment head Mr. 
George Jackson, 
and Accounting 
10/12, taught by 
Mr. John Skene. 
While Business 
Opportunities was 
primarily a 
freshman course, 
enrollment in 
Accounting 10/12 
was open to the 
entire student 
body. Instruction 
was also offered 
in Business Law, 
Bookkeeping, and 
Salesmanship. 
Directing these 
classes were the 
15 teachers of the 
department which 
included new 
instructors Mrs. 
Jan Killion, Mr. 
Steve Mobley, and 
Mr. Kenneth Hanna. 



40 education 




Mrs. Sandra Moreland 
Physical Education 



Mr. William Morris 
Industrial Arts 




Mrs. Josinah Mosiman 
Home Economics 



Miss Carol Moten 
Science 




Miss Jerry Motley 
Science 



Mr. Lyle Nave 
Industrial Arts, Head 




Miss Marilyn Naylor 
Home Economics 



Mrs. Shirley Neal 
English 







A. Miss Yvonne Peak dictates a shorthand assignment which her 
students are expected to transcribe and type out. 

B. During Accounting 10/12, a new course ottered by the Business 
Department, Mr. John Skene contemplates an answer to a student's 
question about double entry accounting 

C. Mr. George Jackson lectures to his Business Opportunities class 
on the availibility of employment for qualified personnel in the field 
of business. 

D. Mr. Sherman Pittenger chooses a student to answer a discussion 
question in one of his Business Law classes. 

E. Senior Carol Henderson reads instructions on the correct method 
of organizing a progressive filing kit. 



ROTC: 

department 

acquires m-14 

rifles 




Receiving 
truction in the 
correct method of 
cleaning and fir- 
ing rifles, ROTC 
cadets gained 
experience that 
prepared them for 
accepting military 
responsibilities. 
This year, ROTC 
participants were 
able to practice 
with more highly- 
precisioned 
equipment 
because of the 
acquisition of 
M-14 rifles and 
the use of a 
3.5 rocket 
launcher. 
Each student en- 
rolled in ROTC 
was taught to be 
proficient in 
accepting and 
executing 
directives as 
well as drilled on 
the principles of 
the Military Code 
of Conduct and the 
Battalion Chain of 
Command. 
Assisting 
M/Sgt. Harold 
Ecktman, Sgt. 
Jerome Baker, and 
the cadet staff 
were the six ROTC 
sponsors. These 
girls, chosen in 
the spring of 
their sophomore 
year, helped the 
commanders with 
inspection 
procedures and 
completed clerical 
duties 
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42 education 




Mr. Arnold Nelson, Jr. 
Social Studies 



Miss Ellen O'Drain 
English 



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Library Science 



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Miss Yvonne Peak 
Business 



Mr. Charles Pirtle 
Art 





Mr. Sherman Pittenger Mrs. Margaret Poole 
Business Office 







A. The ROTC Color Guard begins all home games by marching onto 
the football field and presenting the flag. 

B. The ROTC sponsors are (top to bottom) Becky McWilliams, Judy 
Zander, Marilyn Poynter, Connie Bruce, Terri Maier, and Becky 
Davis. These girls did the office work for ROTC. 

C. The ROTC Drill Team performs a precision rifle drill at one of 
the ROTC meets which Howe won. 

D. Robert Cline discusses an award received at an ROTC drill meet 
with M/Sgt Jerome Baker, a new teacher at Howe. 





HOME EC: 

air-conditioning 

in new addition 

popular 



Clothing, 
Foods, Family 
Living, Home 
Nursing, 
and Housing and 
Management were 
the elective 
courses 
offered by the 
Home Economics 
Department. 
Headed 
by Mrs. Doris 
Cartwright 
for the third 
year, the 
home economics 
teachers stressed 
nutrition, 
buying of foods, 
good grooming, 
and fashion 
guides. 
Portable class- 
room areas 
provided addi- 
tional facilities 
for foods 
laboratoris. 
Classes in 
Family Living, 
Housing and 
Management, and 
Home Nursing 
were also held 
in Howe's newest 
addition. 
Air-conditioning 
was a 
popular feature 
of the new rooms. 
Although no new 
teachers were 
added, Mrs. Josi« 
nah Mosiman, who 
previously taught 
both English and 
home economics, 
taught only 
home economics 
this year. 

44 education 




Mr. Harry Preston Mrs. Norma Rauch 

Latin, Mathematics School Nurse 




Mr. Justin Rehm Mr. Harrison Richardson 
Mathematics Mathematics 




Mr. Raymond Riley Mr. Rogelio Riquelme 

Dean of Boys Spanish 





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Mr. Glenn Rhode Mr. Charles Ruschhaupt 
Mathematics, Head Vice-Principal 




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A. Mrs. Doris Cartwright shows Jeri Warner and Brenda Ausbrooks 
one of the many uses of fresh fruit. Kabobs made from the fruit can 
be used as appetizers or hors d'oeuvres at a dinner party. 

B. Junior Terri Maier stitches a seam in the garment she is making 
in Clothing 3. This course offers girls the chance to enlarge their 
wardrobes as they learn the proper techniques of sewing. 

C. Hand-stitching is important in sewing a garment. Here, a stu- 
dent tacks a facing before finishing her dress. 

D. A new foods lab was added to the school last fall in the portable 
unit outside Exit 3. Although the lab was not in use until November, 
the new area provided additional facilities for Foods classes. 



INDUSTRIAL 

ARTS: 

equipment aids in 

developing skills 



Orientating high 

school students 

into the 

industrial and 

technological 

world of today was 

one of the many 

jobs performed 

by the 

Industrial Arts 

Department. 

Mr. Lyle 0. Nave, 

who also taught 

printing, served 

as head of the 

department. 

New this year 

was Mr. Saeed 

Akhtar, who 

taught the 

metal shop 

courses. Each year 

architectural 

students in the 

Advanced Drafting 

classes are 

given the chance 

to enter the 

annual country-wide 

architectural 

drawing contest. 

Senior Dan 

Hartill received 

the majority of 

the honors with 

his first place 

entry in the 'A' 

division. 

The department 

performed certain 

services for the 

school. A few 

examples were 

printing office 

forms, programs 

for school events, 

and tickets for 

dances. Repair 

service for desks 

and lockers was 

also provided. 







Mrs. Vera Schmitz 
Bookstore 



Mrs. Mary Schwier 
Senior Office 




Mrs. Ethel Seitz Mrs. Marguerite Sights 

English English 




Mr. Stephen Sirmin 
English 



Mr. John Skene 
Business 




Mrs. Dorothy Smith Miss Shirley Smith 

Library English 




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A. Ken Schlenz works on his metal project by using the lathe. Other 
machines are used to cut, grind, and drill holes in the metal to make 
useful tools. 

B. Mr. Lyle Nave instructs Bob Anderson and Russ Hollenbaugh on 
how to align a negative on a masking sheet. The use of a lighted table 
is essential to see the negatives clearly. 

C. Safety comes first in all Industrial Arts courses, because of the 
heavy machinery that is constantly in use. A student uses safety 
glasses while working with the lathe. 

D. Mr. Jack Lawson, instructor of all the Advanced Drafting 
classes, gives assistance to Ted McQuade who has a problem with 
his assignment in machine drafting. 



DRIVER 

EDUCATION: 

ten cars in use 

during summer 




Headed for the 
fifth year by Mr. 
James Stutz, the 
Physical Educa- 
tion, Driver Ed 
and Health 
Department offered 
Freshman and 
Advanced Gym, 
Health, Driver Ed, 
and Alcohol and 
Narcotics. 
One year of gym is 
required of all 
students for 
graduation. Team, 
individual, and 
dual sports are 
taught as well as 
gymnastics. 
Rhythmics are 
taught to all 
freshman girls' 
classes. Addi- 
tional semesters 
of gym are 
offered. Health, 
which is held 
in the 
stadium, is also 
required of all 
students. Driver 
Education enrolled 
40 during the 
regular semesters. 
Primarily a summer 
course, there 
were 10 cars in 
use during 
summer school. 
Mr. Charles 
Fitzgerald, who 
formerly taught at 
School 62, and 
Mrs. Sandra 
Moreland, who 
received both her 
B.S. and M.S. from 
Indiana State 
University, joined 
the department. 



48 education 




Mr. William Smith 
Science, Head 



Mrs. Mary Smuck 
Mathematics 




Mr. Errol Spears Mrs. Marjorie Spice 

Social Studies English 




Mr. David Stahly 
Science 



Miss Cynthia Starker 
English 





Mrs. Eloise Steed 
Office 



Mr. David Stewart 
Social Studies 






A. Mr. Samuel Kelly, Athletic Director, shows a filmstrip about nervous 
disorders in his Health class. This course is required of all students for 
graduation. 

B. Basketball is one of the many sports that boys learn in freshmen gym. 
Here, boys work on improving their skills, particularly shooting and guard- 
ing one's opponent. 

C. Mr. Billy Wood, whose classes are held in the stadium, uses a chart to 
explain digestion to his class. 

D. Mrs. Sandra Moreland's fourth period freshman girls' gym class exer- 
cises before beginning the day's activity. 




ART: 

department 

purchases new 

equipment 



Howe's Art 
Department 
offered all 
elective courses. 
These courses 
began, with Craft 
Arts and then, for 

(those majoring or 
interested in art, 
the department 
offered advanced 
classes in 
drawing. Heading 
the Art Department 
was Mr. F. M. 
Howard who was as- 
sisted by teachers 
Mr. James Lynch, 
and Mr. Charles 
Pirtle. 
Miss Pamela Grey, 
a Howe graduate 
of the Class of 1961, 
filled the vacancy 
in Craft Arts 
until the permanent 
teacher, 
Mrs. Celia Yohman, 
came to the 
Art Department. 
This year, 
the Art 
Department 
received 
additional 
equipment in the 
form of new desks. 
These desks pro- 
vided a smooth 
surface for the 
students to work 
on. Mr. Lynch, 
who was recognized 
for his outstand- 
ing artwork, 
won first 
prize at the 
Indiana State Fair 
for his 
still life 

painting. 

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50 education 




Mr. Thomas Stirling Mr. James Stutz 

Principal Physical Education, Head 




Mr. Mark Sutton Miss Mary Thumma 

Social Studies Language, Head 





Mr. Hal Tobin 
English 



Mr. Frank Tout 
Vice-Principal 




Mr. H. Thomas Totten Mrs. Gloria Townsend 
Guidance, Head Mathematics 






A. Jill Jackson, a senior enrolled in Advanced Art, sketches a picture 
of a model "Muscle Man." 

B. Mr. F. M. Howard helps a student, Donna Bogie, on the figure 
proportions in her drawing. 

C. While observing the work of a student, Mr. F. M. Howard gives 
helpful comments and suggestions. 

D. Mr. James Lynch demonstrates leather craft to students enrolled 
in a Craft Arts class. 




MUSIC: 

new members for 

singing ensembles 

are chosen 



Concerts, 

football games, 

Rotary Club, 

and the annual 

musical 

were a few 

of the many 

activities the 

Music Department 

participated in. 

Underclassmen 

elected Chorus, 

B-Band, or 

B-Orchestra 

and from these 

were chosen 

for Choir, 

Choralaires, 

A-Band, 

A-Orchestra, or 

Boys' or Girls' 

Ensembles, 

Music majors 

were able 

to compose their 

own arrangements 

and gain greater 

understanding 

in music theory and 

appreciation. 

The department, 

headed by Mr. 

Frank Watkins, 

Included Mr. 

Robert Bramblett, 

Mr. Thomas Lewis, 

chorus teachers, 

Mr, Robert 

Beckfey, 

orchestra director 

and Mr. Louts 

McEnderfer, 

director of the 

band. 

Mrs. Janet 

McNeill was 

accompanist 

for the chorus 

classes and 

secretary for 

the department 



52 education 




Mr. John Trinkle 
Sophomore Counselor 



Mr. Frank Watkins 
Music, Head 




Mrs. Mary Weakley 
English 



Mr. Jack Weaver 
English 




Miss Maryon Welch 
Freshman Counselor 



Mrs. Vivian White 
Home Economics 




Mrs. Ann Williams 
English 




Mr. Billy Wood 
Physical Education 



Mr. James Yarber 
Science 






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A. The band's performance at all home games creates greater enthusisam 
for Howe students. 

B. As at all home games, the band, under the direction of Mr. Louis McEnd- 
erfer, accompanies the "Hornet Honeys." 

C. The choir, consisting of only select students who display musical talent, 
rehearses for one of its upcoming performances. 

D. Mrs. Marie Hogan, an I.U. student teacher, gains experience by directing 
a choir session. 



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EXPERIENCE: 



Progress through 
participation in 
extra-curricular 
activities was an 
important aspect 
of student life. 
Induction into 
honor societies 
signified 
outstanding 
scholastic 
achievement while 
membership in a 
vocationally 
oriented club, a 
service organiza- 
tion, or an 
interest group 
gave students an 
opportunity to 
share the exper- 
ience of learning 
in an atmosphere 
of involvement. 
Students who were 
interested in the 
dramatic arts 
performed with 
vocal or instru- 
mental ensembles, 
portrayed charact- 
ers in theatrical 
productions, or 
worked behind the 
scenes as members 
of the stage crew. 
Through these 
experiences parti- 
cipants acquired 
new disciplines 
and insights. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 


Steve Applegate 


Rebecca McWilliams 


Paula Baker 


Ted McQuade 


Michael Becher 


Stephen Morgan 


Johan Bernard 


James Murphy 


Carol Black 


Bobby Muse 


David Blackburn 


Vicky Nicholson 


Thomas Boyd 


Kathy Phelps 


Charles Brandt 


Anita Powers 


Elizabeth Brown 


Liliana Quinones 


Richard Brown 


Roberta Repphan 


David Clark 


Daniel Richardson 


Susan Collins 


David Rogers 


Janet Cowgill 


Nancy Smith 


William Deeter 


Jane Stephenson 


Joseph Easterday 


Donald Sulgrove 


Tracy Ellis 


Mary Sullivan 


Louise Farmer 


Annette Tepner 


Sandra Garrett 


Charles Terrill 


Karen Grace 


Marcia Thomas 


David Hagy 


Paul Thomas 


Barbara Hahn 


Cheryl Walker 


Robert Hallet 


Anne Wrancher 


David Hartley 


Judith Zander 


Victoria Keetay 


Timothy Zwickl 


Andrea Lamb 


Raymond Riley, Sponsor 



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organization 
acquires new 
sponsor 



In order to 
be eligible for 
the National 
Honor Society 
a student must 
display 
outstanding 
traits in 
scholarship, 
leadership, 
character, 
and service. 
A candidate 
must rank in 
the upper ten 
percent of his 
junior class or 
the upper fifteen 
percent of his 
senior class. 
On "Tap Day" 
the names of the 
candidates were 
announced at a 
special assembly. 
Parents were 
invited to the 
formal initiation 
the following week. 
The Dean of Boys, 
Mr. Raymond Riley, 
was the sponsor, 
and Joe Easterday 
officiated as 
president, while 
Sandy Garrett 
assisted as vice- 
president. 
Acting as 
secretary 
and treasurer 
were Marcia 
Thomas and 
Chris Brandt, 
respectively. 
Tutoring Howe 
students was the 
primary activity 
of the members of 
the National Honor 
Society. 



experience 57 



HONORARIES: 

quill and scroll 

edits literary 

magazine 



Students who were 
enrolled in their 
fifth semester of 
Spanish and had at 
least a 6.0 grade 
average were 
inducted into the 
Spanish Honor 
Society. Tutoring 
other language 
students was the 
main objective of 
the honorary. 
Latin Club members 
participated in 
various activities 
including 
initiating new 
members with a 
traditional Roman 
slave sale, 
singing Christmas 
carols in Latin, 
and listening to 
guest speakers. 
Three students 
represented Howe 
at the National 
Latin Convention 
held last August 
at the University 
of Ohio. 
Members of Howe's 
chapter of Quill 
and Scroll, a 
national journal- 
ism honorary, were 
initiated in a 
candle-light 
ceremony at the 
Publications 
Banquet held in 
May. Beginning 
this year, the 
members of 
Quill and Scroll 
compiled 
material for 
PEN POINTS, 
Howe's literary 
magazine. 



58 experience 




QUILL AND SCROLL: LEFT TO RIGHT— Chris Brandt, President; Joe Easterday, Jane Stephenson, Louise Farmer, Kathy 
Phelps, Vice-president; Lilly Quinones, Barbara Hahn, Jan Cowgill, Secretary and Treasurer. Editor of PENPOINTS was 
Lilly Quinones, member of Quill and Scroll. The group's new sponsor was Miss Marilyn Jones, a BSU graduate. 



Officers of the Latin Club were Kathy Benson, President; Mark 
Benson, Vice-President; and Anita Kroeger, Secretary. These 
students organized the bi-weekly club meetings. 




Two new members being initiated into Quill and 
Scroll are Jan Cowgill and Barbara Hahn. The can- 
dles represent the light of knowledge. 






SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW— Sandi Jones, Linda Showalter, Sandy 
Garrett, Jan McDaniel, Judy Lannom. SECOND ROW— Dennis West, Susan Hasseld, 
Jill Keers, Bobbie Repphan, Phyllis Lee, Barbara Hahn. THIRD ROW— Mike Becher, 
Becky Shannon, Stephanie Wilson, Richard Brown, Larry Hallett. 



Conducting SHS activities were Mike Becher, Exofficio Member of 
the Board; Phyllis Lee, secretary; Larry Hallett, President; and Bar- 
bara Hahn, Vice-president. 




LATIN CLUB: FRONT ROW— Dan Carlile, Bruce Pedlow, Lawrence Temple, Sally Norris, Connie Seigman, Kathy Benson. SECOND ROW— Marianne Taflinger. 
Martha Reed, Jay Freathy, Vickie Speares, Anita Kroeger, Mark Benson. THIRD ROW— Connie Tillery, Cathryn Gibson, Tom Bradley. Robert Lacefield. David 
Marlow, Tom Chroniack, David Barnard. Early this year, members of the Latin Club held a Roman Banquet. 



AWARDS: 

scholarship, 

citizenship, 

honored 



This spring 

the outstanding 

students 

at Howe 

were honored 

at an assembly 

at which 

Mr. Charles 

Ruschhaupt 

and Mr. Frank 

Watkins presided. 

One senior girl 

and one senior boy 

were elected by 

the senior class 

to receive the 

DAR Award. 

The American 

Legion Good 

Citizenship Award 

was given to 

the outstanding 

junior boy 

and girl. 

The Kiwanis Award 

was presented to 

the top student 

in each 

department, 

and certificates 

were awarded to 

the senior 

honor majors. 

The Kiwanis Club 

also cited the 

outstanding boy 

and girl in 

Student Council. 

The Industrial 

Arts department 

presented the 

"Mr. Vertrees Award" 

for the most 

talented woodworker. 

Honors were also 

presented to 

the leading 

boy and girl 

journalist, 

gymnist, 

and thespian. 



60 experience 




Dawn Moxey is this year's recipient of the DAR 
Award. This award was given for outstanding ser- 
vice, patriotism, and leadership. 





The Indianapolis Womens' Service Club presents the Altrusa 
Award to the top girl scholar in the junior class. Barbara Hahn 
was the 1970 winner at Howe. 




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Alice Noxon was awarded the Betty Crocker Home- 
maker Award. The contestants for the prize took a 
test given by General Mills. 



Senior Mike Becher was chosen by the Indiana Uni- 
versity Honors Program to spend the summer 
studying Spanish in Mexico. 





From the nominations of each junior homeroom, Dave Hagy 
and Vicky Nicholson were chosen by the faculty to receive the 
American Legion Good Citizen Award. 





Nancy Smith, Cheryl Walker, and Carol Black attended Girls' State. 
The representatives were chosen by the Girls' Dean and supported 
by the Irvington American Legion Auxiliaries. 



Seniors who gained recognition in the National Merit Scholarship competition, held 
on February 14, 1970, are (STANDING) Dave Zimmerman, Chuck Deeds, (SITTING) 
Becky McWilliams, Dave Hagy, finalist, and Cheryl Walker. 





Those members of the Class of 1971 who were in the upper 1% of the class of 
approximately 465 students were David Hagy, Nancy Smith, Chris Brandt, Tracy Ellis, 
and Sandy Garrett. Academic standing was determined by a computation of the 
students' grade point averages. 



Attending Hoosier Boys' State during the first week of summer vaca- 
tion, Chris Brandt learned the principles of our Indiana government 
which aided him in Howe's Mock Election. 



ORGANIZATIONS 





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STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 


Cynthia Allee 


Bob Maffett 


Jamie Anderson 


Tony Mathews 


Mike Becher 


Steve Mathis 


Connie Bietz 


Joe McColley 


Bobbie Bergdoll 


Cheryl Mee 


Sue Boulais 


Mark Miller 


Donna Brinson 


Mike Miller 


Beth Brown 


David Nice 


Greg Burton 


John Otto 


Jim Byrne 


Mark Piercy 


Sue Canada 


Ralph Piercy 


Nancy Collins 


Scott Reed 


Patti Dentler 


Craig Reinhardt 


Denise Dobson 


Cynthia Richards 


Kerry Doughty 


Dave Rogers 


Jeff Dunaway 


Nancy Rood 


Ken Evens 


Terry Sadowicz 


Shirley Foster 


Janet Schmidlin ! 


Bob Freeman 


Rick Shadiow 


Richard Frye 


Jerry Spicklemire j 


Kathy Graham 


Paul Thomas 


Vince Griffo 


Connie Thompson 


Sherry Grove 


Leonard Thornburg 


Martha Hawkins 


Dee Anne Trulock 


Dennis Haygood 


Ralph Wadsworth ] 


Jim Herman 


Jeri Warner i 


Tim Horn 


Dennis West 


Jim Hunter 


Linda Wheeler 


Jackie Lee 


Veda Worland 


Kurt Loy 


Joe Zucco 



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STUDENT 
COUNCIL: 
members attend 
elkart convention 



Taking charge 
of a large 
number of the 
special events 
that were held 
this year, the 
Student Council 
kept the student 
body informed, 
enthused, and 
unified. Dave 
Rogers served as 
president, keeping 
the Council 
meetings organized 
and answering 
questions brought 
up by the 
representatives. 
At the fall 
installation of 
officers, Paul 
Thomas became 
the new vice- 
president; Cheryl 
Mee, secretary; 
and Dave Knoy, 
treasurer. 
Mrs. Patricia 
Alexander, Dean 
of Girls, 
served as 
advisor along with 
Vice-Principal Mr. 
Charles 

Ruschhaupt. Mr. 
Arnold Nelson and 
Mr. David Miller 
were the faculty 
sponsors. 
At the State 
Convention for 
Student Councils 
held in 
Elkart on 
October 17, 
Council members 
were given the 
opportunity to 
learn how other 
schools operate. 



experience 63 



STUDENT 

COUNCIL: 

members present 

skits to seniors 



Second periods 
were scheduled 
for Council 
meetings which 
provided time for 
group planning 
and discussion of 
suggestions 
proposed by 
students. 
Money was 
earned by 
selling spirit 
ribbons and 
tickets 
to the Winter 
Wonderland Dance 
and the Senior- 
Faculty game. 
The Council was 
also given 
a percentage of 
the money taken in 
from the pay 
telephones. 
Improvement of the 
public address 
system in the 
gymnasium and 
the purchase of a 
lighting system 
for the alley 
along the east- 
side of the 
building were 
ideas discussed 
by the Council. 
Boosting school 
spirit in senior 
homeroom for 
weekend 
games, 
Council members 
wrote catchy 
new words to 
popular songs 
for skits that 
succeeded in 
livening up 
Friday 
mornings. 




One of the many activities sponsored by the Student Council was the 1970 Football Homecoming. The "before and 
after" of a typical student is depicted in this float constructed by the senior class. The faculty, Student Council, and 
each class originated their own float to contribute to the half-time show. 




STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET: FRONT ROW— President, Dave Rogers; Vice-President, Paul Thomas; Assistant Secre- 
tary, Bobbi Bergdoll; Treasurer, Dave Knoy. SECOND ROW— Freshman Class Representative, Beverly Cross; 
Sophomore Class Representative, Connie Beitz; Junior Class Representative, Richard Shadiow; City Council Representa- 
tive, Nancy Collins. THIRD ROW — Senior Class Representative, Ralph Piercy; City Council Representative, Joe McColley. 
Not pictured are Secretary and City Council Representative, Cheryl Mee; and City Council Alternate, Sue Boulais. The 
representatives to the City Council met in the Education Center with other students and exchanged ideas on solutions 
to problems facing the schools and students. 



64 experience 




ALTERNATES: FRONT ROW— Carla Soden, Marcia Thomas, Dennis Wootan, Louise Farmer, Dan Brown, Vicki Hren, Dennis Walters, Ron Lawson. SECOND ROW 
— Jody Morgan, Anita Scarbrough, Becky Short, Anna Moore, Bruce Herron, Kathy Orr, Anita Brydon, Janet Morand, Dan Stewart, Dan Hammer. THIRD ROW 
— Peggy Brownlee, Lou Anne Baker, Roxanne Long, Judy Reinken, Barry Cole, Beth Reinties. Mary Cleary, Susan Fox, Joe Zucco, Ben Daniels, Jim Priest. BACK 
ROW— Connie Edwards, Sheila McGuire, Sherry Doughty, Pat Smith, Jack Wallace, Pam Zollinger. Spending most of their time in study halls, alternates fill in 
when delegates are absent. 



During the summer Dave Rogers attended a Student Council Workshop held in Hot 
Springs, Arkansas. This enabled him to exchange views with other students and 
prepared him for the duties as president of the Howe Council. 





During "Anti-Vandalism Week" in February, several members of the 
Student Council traveled to surrounding grade schools presenting 
skits on the wrongs of destroying school property. 



STUDENT 

COUNCIL: 

members sponsor 

informal dances 



Student Council 

representatives 

were instrumental 

in organizing and 

presenting three 

informal dances. 

The Winter 

Wonderland 

Dance was held in 

cooperation 

with members of 

GAA on December 

16, 1970. The 

GAA arranged the 

crowning 

ceremonies and 

was in charge of 

refreshments 

while the Student 

Council handled 

ticket sales. 

The Winter 

Wonderland Dance 

traditionally 

begins the 

celebration of the 

Christmas season 

at Howe. 

Santa's 

appearance and the 

crowning of Gary 

Conway as 

Winter Wonderland 

King were the 

highlights 

of the holiday 

dance. 

The Student Council 

also sponsored two 

sock-hops. These 

were held in the 

gym after the 

Lawrence game on 

December 12, 1970, 

and as a part of 

the Homecoming 

festivities after 

the January 29 

basketball game 

against 

Marshall. 



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Gary Conway Micky Deane 

Winter Wonderland King Freshman Candidate 





Bill Smith 
Freshman Candidate 



Dan Parcel 
Sophomore Candidate 




Joe McColley, whose group provided music for the Winter 
Wonderland Dance, expresses great emotion as he performs 
a popular ballad. 



In the midst of the crowd attending the sock-hop held after 
the Lawrence game, Peggy Endicott dances to the sounds of 
a live band. 



Walter Wren 
Sophomore Candidate 



Dave Bishop 
Junior Candidate 




Richard Shadiow 
Junior Candidate 



Lenny Thomburg 
Senior Candidate 





Surrounded by students attending the Winter Wonderland Dance, Santa Claus (alias Health teacher Mr. Richard Harpold) throws candy canes to the crowd. Later during 
his visit, pupils had an opportunity to sit on Santa's lap and "chat" with him about their expectations for Christmas day. This affair, open to all members of the student 
body, was Howe's only after-school dance; it was held from 3:30-4:45. 





A seven-member group known as "Our Band" played for both Student Council- 
sponsored sock-hops. Both of these dances were held in the gym as after-game 
activities. Here, band member Randy Deane performs a drum solo. 



During the crowning ceremonies, GAA president Julie Jones congratulates 
Gary Conway for having received the title of "King of the Winter Wonder- 
land Dance." He was selected from eight candidates by those attending. 



YEARBOOK: 

deadlines, 

overtime keep 

staff busy 



Twenty-two 

students comprised 

the 1970-71 

HILLTOPPER staff. 

The staff spent 

many long hours 

after school, 

on Saturdays, 

and during 

vacations 

cropping pictures 

and writing copy, 

captions, and 

headlines. 

There was always 

a last minute 

rush to 

complete 

HILLTOPPER pages 

and meet 

yearbook company 

deadlines. 

During yearbook 

study periods, 

parties were 

held to 

celebrate 

"happy deadline 

completion day." 

In the fall, the 

staff revealed 

their 

"talent" by 

putting on skits 

in the annual 

Publications 

Assembly. 

They created, 

decorated, and 

arranged two 

dances, the 

"Brown and Gold," 

and the 

"Turn-About- 

Twirl." 

Jan Cowgill, 

Editor, and 

Louise Farmer, 

Associate Editor, 

headed the 

staff. 




Editor-in-Chief Jan Cowgill, along with Louise Farmer, Associate Editor, attended a high school yearbook institute at 
the University of Minnesota, where they learned new techniques and procedures in yearbooking. Here, Jan types and 
"edits" a piece of copy written for the Cross Country page. 




HILLTOPPER STAFF: FRONT ROW— Sharon Williams, Peg Pfau, Kathy Grace. SECOND ROW— Terri Maier, Becky Davis, 
Ron Turner. THIRD ROW— Marge Coffin, Dan Groene, Jim Smith, Marianne Metcalf, Jim Noxon. These students, all 
underclassmen, worked on each of the four main sections of the book. 



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HILLTOPPER EDITORIAL BOARD: LEFT TO RIGHT— Jan Cowgill, Editor-in-Chief; Joe 
Easterday, Production Manager; Jane Stephenson, Senior Editor; Chris Brandt, Senior 
Editor; Louise Farmer, Associate Editor. 





HILLTOPPER STAFF: LEFT TO RIGHT— Carolyn Crooks, Debbi 
Jump, Ron Heustis, Marilyn Poynter, Juanita Murphy, Jeff Flowers. 
These members of the staff spent their third period study hall work- 
ing on yearbook pages and activities. 



In order to approve each piece of work done by the staff members, 
Mr. Kuonen, HILLTOPPER Advisor, must put in many hours after 
school. Here, he wearily ponders a headline. 



TOWER: 

paper adds 

"tune-in," 

classified-ads 



Co-Editors of the 
Howe TOWER, 
Barbara Hahn and 
Kathy Phelps, 
attended 
journalism clinics 
during the summer. 
Barbara was a 
student at the 
Ball State High 
School Journalism 
Workshop; Kathy 
was enrolled in 
several classes 
at the Syracuse 
High School Press 
Institute. 
In order to 
maintain a 
consistent 
editorial policy, 
an Editorial 
Board, which held 
weekly meetings, 
was established. 
A question and 
answer column, 
"Tower Tune-In" 
was created to 
answer student 
questions 
concerning school 
activities. Also 
initiated in the 
TOWER was a class- 
ified-ads column. 
Reporters were 
assigned "beats," 
to cover current 
events in each of 
the school's 12 
departments. The 
News Bureau was 
responsible for 
submitting articles 
to the teen 
divisions of city 
newspapers. 
Miss Marilyn Jones 
served as the 
new advisor. 



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Page One Editor Becky Horner checks to make cer- 
tain all of the articles on her page fit the space 
alloted for them on the layout. 



Barbara Hahn, Co-Editor, checks a page assignment sheet to 
see if all reporters have submitted articles on events they had 
been assigned to cover for the paper. 



After receiving page proofs from the printer, junior Debbie West, Page Two Editor, informs Miss Marilyn Jones, TOWER 
Advisor, that an article is too long for the space allowed for it on the layout. Debbie must now decide whether to edit 
the copy or revise the page layout to accomodate the story. 






NEWS BUREAU: FRONT ROW— Judy Lannom, Virginia Andrews. SECOND ROW— 
Diana Gardner, Mary Sullivan, Beth Reintjes. NOT PICTURED— Sonja Deherdt. The 
News Bureau submits news articles to city papers. 



Kathy Phelps, Co-Editor, and Sue Boulais, Page Three Editor, pre- 
pare copies of the TOWER to send to other schools. The TOWER 
exchanges papers with about one hundred schools. 




TOWER: FRONT ROW— Debbie West, Becky Horner, Barbara Hahn, Kathy Phelps, Sue Boulais, Mark Ryan. SECOND ROW— Jane Meade, Laura Pence, Gary 
Baker, Doug May, Marti Hawkins, Phil Jern, Mike Bryan. THIRD ROW— Cheryl Boekankamp, Robert Eckert, Paul Gerzon, Tom Hahn, Anne Wrancher, Judy 
Reinken, Michelle Zwickl, Sandy Jones. FOURTH ROW— Jeff Titus, Tom Hicks, Mimi Mathies, Paula Zukowski, Dave Sherron, Vicki McArthur, Debbie Maudlin. 
Janis Maudlin, Rick Longerich. NOT PICTURED— Rick Miller, Beverly Murdick. The TOWER is published and distributed bi-weekly. 



PUBLIC 

SPEAKING: 

quiz team sets 

scoring records 



Bob Eckert, Paul 
Gerzon, Mark 
Reasoner, and 
Albert Rossi com- 
prised Howe's Quiz 
Team. These 
students were 
selected from 
twenty contestants. 
Winning sixty- 
eight to fifty-two 
over Park Tudor 
started the team's 
season off with 
hopes of future 
victories. The 
purpose of the 
Debate Team was to 
encourage class 
members to 
participate in 
inter-school 
debates with 
schools from all 
over the state. 
The team was made 
up of twenty 
students, out of 
which four were 
selected to 
participate in 
sectional 
debate matches. 
Gary Baker, Doug 
May, Steve Morgan, 
and Albert Rossi 
were the four 
students selected 
for these matches. 
To become 
a member of the 
National 
Forensic League 
one must have 
accumulated 
twenty-five 
points 
through 
participation 
in speech or 
debate meets. 




Howe's Quiz Team members Paul Gerzon, Robert Eckert, Mark Reasoner, and Albert Rossi challenge the members of 
Park Tudor's Quiz Team. All members listen as emcee of "Exercise in Knowledge," Rob Stone, questions the teams. 
The Howe team won 68 — 52. Mr. Ronald Finkbiner sponsored the Quiz Team. 





Albert Rossi, a sophomore member of the Quiz 
Team, practices after school. Practice sessions are 
held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 



DEBATE TEAM: FRONT ROW— Barry Cole, Doug May, Karen 
Johnson. SECOND ROW— Gilbert Ernst, Gary Baker, Vicki 
Denny. THIRD ROW— Brad Haugh, Pat Morgan, Albert Rossi. 
FOURTH ROW— Paul Lauck, Jim Combs, Kurt Loy. 



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During a Wednesday practice meet of the National Forensic League in room 169, President Steve Morgan presents his arguments to Albert Rossi. At the table, 
Gary Baker awaits the opportunity to present his rebuttle to his opponent. Mr. Steven Briggs sponsors the National Forensic League and the Debate Team. 



Gary Baker states his arguments during a National Forensic League meeting. The 
national topic of debate this year was Resolved: That the federal government should 
finance, administer, and control pollution in the U.S. 





NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: FRONT ROW— Robert Eckert, De- 
broah Blinton, Alice Noxon, Marge Coffin, Doug May. SECOND ROW 
— Sandra Garrett, Gary Baker, Joe Easterday, Ron Turner. THIRD 
ROW— Barry Cole, Jeff Flowers, Albert Rossi, Paul Lauck. FOURTH 
ROW— Ralph Wadsworth, Brad Haugh, Kurt Loy. Bud Wilkins, Mike 
Zaring. Steve Morgan, President; Joe Easterday, Vice-President; 
Sandy Garrett, Secretary; and Bob Eckert, Treasurer; presided over 
the meetings of the NFL. 



HI-Y, 

TRI-HI-Y: 

clubs acquire 

new sponsors 



New sponsors 

this year 

for Hi-Y and 

Tri-Hi-Y 

were Mr. Harry 

Preston 

and Mrs. 

Mary Smuck. 

Hi-Y, a 

club open 

to all Howe 

boys, held 

many of its 

meetings 

at the 

Eastside-Ransburg 

Y.M.C.A. 

Several activities 

held during the 

year included 

swimming, playing 

basketball, and 

listening to guest 

speakers who 

lectured on drugs, 

war, and vocations. 

Tri-Hi-Y, 

a club open 

to junior 

and senior 

girls, 

initiated 

new members 

during a 

formal 

ceremony. 

As one of 

their last 

activities, 

they held 

a special 

Christmas party 

for underpriveleged 

children. 

During the spring, 

poor attendance 

caused 

the officers 

to dismiss the 

club's remaining 

program. 




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HI-Y: FRONT ROW— Bill Barry, Jeff Goddard, Rick Barry, Ron Brown. SECOND ROW— Todd Ray, Joe Little, John Pasch. 
THIRD ROW — Richard Brown, Don Monschein, Tom Fosnight, Jim Trotter. During a meeting held last spring, members 
of Hi-Y elected officers which included Bil Totten, president. 




During the winter, water sports were definitely limited, but boys active in Hi-Y have the accomodations of the East-side 
Y available for meetings. At the February 16 meeting, Walter Jerald, Mike Venne, Gilbert Ernst, and Jeff Goddard 
warm-up in preparation for participation in medley and free-style relays. 



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TRI-HI-Y: FRONT ROW— Carol Robards, Patty Danner, Anita Brydon, Dawn Moxey, Roxanna Long, Cheryl Walker. SECOND ROW— Connie Thompson, Susie 
Bright, Beth Reintjes, Marti Hawkins, Suzette Boulais, Rebecca Caldwell. THIRD ROW — Cathy Thompson, Mary Stewart, Joyce Sprinkle, Susie Higginbotham, 
Nancy Collins, Sandy Showalter, Debbie Hartle. An activity undertaken by the members of Tri-Hi-Y was bowling. 



Mr. Harry Preston, sponsor of Hi-Y, referees a basketball game involving Hi-Y mem- 
bers Gary Blessing, Steve Leonard, Ralph Merriman, and Ron Brown. Ron is being 
forced out-of-bounds by his opponents. 





TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS: FRONT ROW— Anita Brydon, Treasurer; Rox- 
anna Long, Publicity Manager; Cheryl Walker, President. SECOND 
ROW — Dawn Moxey, Vice-President; Carol Robards, Historian; Patty 
Danner, Secretary; Debbie Hartle, Chaplain. 



VOCATIONAL 

CLUBS: 

fta visits 

state university 



Under the 
direction of Miss 
Yvonne Peak, Mrs. 
Denise Eaton, 
and Mr. Dave 
Miller, members of 
Future Business 
Leaders of 
American explored 
the world of 
business and the 
many fields of 
employment open to 
qualified 
personnel upon 
graduation from 
high school. 
Miss Marilyn Naylor 
sponsored the Home 
Economics Club 
which included 
girls who were 
enrolled in Home 
Ec courses. 
Members of this 
organization 
made Christmas 
tray favors 
for patients 
at Community 
Hospital. 
Events planned for 
members of the 
Future Teachers of 
America, sponsored 
by Miss Patricia 
Fitzpatrick, in- 
cluded plans for a 
field trip to a 
state university 
to investigate the 
requirements for 
entrance to a 
school of 
education. 
During meetings, 
members studied 
the history and 
development of the 
Indiana public 
school system. 





Trying to find new information which will aid in his 
research of the field of banking, John Braun prac- 
tices opening a safe. 



Liliana Quinones, President of the Future Teachers of 
America, speaks to the club members about the various tech- 
niques of grade-school teaching. 




FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA: FRONT ROW— Terry Hutchinson, Linda Mazur, Kathy Kirch, Jeff Pollom, 
Debbie Ramsey, Dee Ann Trulock, Karen Crawford. SECOND ROW— Ralph Narmore, Anita Scarbrough, Sherri Doughty, 
Donna Craven, Beverly Craven, Doreen Mowry, Elaine Powers, Pamela Hawkins, Dawn Moxey, Bonnie Norton, Barbara 
Spain, Mike Back. Members of the FBLA explore the fields of job opportunities. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: FRONT ROW— Mary Maiko, Joyce Trout, Pam Green, 
Debbie Martin, Debbie Kaylor. SECOND ROW— Robin Luke, Ana Gannon, Debi West, 
Linda Pyland, Yvonne Kimes. THIRD ROW — Janice West, Anne Wrancher, Rhonda 
Floyd, Susie Jern, Frances Billerman, Mary Cobb. FOURTH ROW— Reda Bratcher, 
Kathy Zwickl, Paulette Hayzer, Denise Fosnight, Beverly Southern. 




Senior Dawn Moxey and Future Business Leaders sponsor, Mrs. 
Denise Eaton, listen intently to one of the many guest speakers which 
frequent the club meetings. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: FRONT ROW— Kathy Hinch, Patty Caldwell, Debbie Ramsey, Sherri Doughty, Diane Collins, Dee Ann Trulock, Karen Crawford, 
Debbie West. SECOND ROW— Joy Hull, Becky Caldwell, Anita Scarbrough, Paula Walker, Beverly Murdick, Denise Fosnight, Sherry Gamble. These pupils met 
every other week during the school year under the supervision of Miss Patricia Fitzpatrick. 




SCIENCE 

CLUBS: 

students research 

cure for virus 



Extra-curricular 

science clubs 

offered a freedom 

of expressing 

one's ideas 

through research 

of past 

discoveries and 

experimentation 

with new ones. 

Sponsored by Mr. 

Harold Eddleman, 

the Science Club 

toured the Bell 

Telephone 

building 

and the Butler 

Observatory. 

Members 

continued 

research on the 

cure of a virus, 

a project which 

Mr. Eddleman 

began with 

students at 

another school. 

To report on 

the current 

events 

taking place 

in the world 

of science, 

members of 

Atom Dust wrote 

a monthly 

newsletter 

which featured a 

science crossword 

puzzle. 

Miss Jerry Motley 

advised the 

students with 

the paper. 

Mr. James Yarber 

sponsored the 

Astro Rocket Club 

whose members 

studied astronomy 

and the space 

program. 




ATOM DUST: FRONT ROW— Sandy Deere, Kurt Loy, Vicky Nicholson, David Hagy, Michelle Pigecella, Mike Grubb. 
SECOND ROW— Mary Hoover, Paul Lauck, George Pullman, Nancy Watkins, Ginny DeHardt, Jill Wishart THIRD ROW 
— Victoria Keetay, Kathy Phelps, Steve Morgan, Connie Bruce, Barbara Spain, Terrie Maddox, Bruce Stroud. FOURTH 
ROW— Vicki Soden, Gary Winko, Ralph Howard, Cheryl Walker, Becky Horner, Debbie Kelly, Cindy Richards. FIFTH ROW 
— Joanne Stansbury, Alice Walkup, Sherrie, Shedd, Patty Perryman, Ruth Nichols, Beth Lovell, Michelle Zwickl. Sponsor- 
ing the paper which was distributed monthly was Miss Jerry Motley. 




During a club meeting, Mr. Charles Eddleman, sponsor of Howe's Science Club and Biology teacher, discusses plans 
for upcoming Science Club activities with club member Sam Taylor. Mr. Eddleman, who was new at Howe this year, 
is involved in research for the cure of a virus. 



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SCIENCE CLUB: FRONT ROW— Sam Taylor, Beth Johnson, Cindy Richards, Teresa 
Ullery, Vicky Nicholson. SECOND ROW— Russell Whitmeyer, Jim Berry, Patty Perry- 
man, Stephanie Dick. THIRD ROW— Robin Richey, Robert Cline, Ron Heustis, Carolyn 
Crooks. Officers of the club were: Cindy Richards, President; Teresa Ullery, Vice- 
President; Carolyn Crooks, Secretary; Beth Johnson, Treasurer; and Sam Taylor, 
Program Chairman. 




Members of the Howe Science Club (left to right) Patty Rutan, Bill 
Rutan, Robert Cline, and Stephanie Dick study the habitat of the 
catfish in room 167. 



Sam Taylor performs a chemical experiment using a photometer to do colorimetric 
determinations. Observing are (left to right) Beth Johnson, Teresa Ullery, Cindy 
Richards, and (sitting) Carolyn Crooks. 





ASTRO-ROCKET CLUB: BACK ROW— Eugene Klein, Patty Rutan, 
Lyle Evans. FRONT ROW— Bill Rutan, Larry Hallett. The club activi- 
ties were sponsored by Mr. James Yarber. 



CLUBS: 

history club 

reorganizes 

activities 



Howe's Chess Club 
became a member 
of the newly- 
organized Central 
Indiana Chess 
Association. 
Member teams 
played 
nine regularly- 
scheduled matches. 
During practice 
sessions, Mr. Jack 
Weaver, sponsor, 
assisted players 
in perfecting 
their moves and 
planning strategy 
for the matches. 
Miss Nancy 
McMillian was the 
new sponsor of the 
Subset Club, an 
organizatiorpfor 
freshman enrolled 
in Algebra. This 
club, designed to 
develop interest 
in advanced math 
courses, held bi- 
monthly meetings. 
One activity that 
members participa- 
ted in was the 
construction of 
geometrical 
ornaments for the 
Senior Christmas 
tree. 
Under the 
sponsorship of 
Mr. Arnold Nelson, 
the History Club 
was revived after 
a year of 
inactivity. 
Members took field 
trips in conjunc- 
tion with their 
discussions of 
current events and 
historical 
occurences. 



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Dede Dobson, History Club President, conducted 
the clubs activities during the centennial anniver- 
sity of Irvington. 



During the Subset Club Christmas Party, Mrs. Mary Smuck 
watches as Miss Nancy McMillan, Sponsor, opens a gift from 
the club members. 




HISTORY CLUB: FIRST ROW— Sandy Henderson, Dee Anne Turlock, Karen Crawford, Nicki Simmons, Dede Dobson, 
Vicki Hren, Carol Nagley. SECOND ROW— Paul Thomas, Margie Thompson, Mary Ann Stewart, Peggy Endicott, Becky 
Kennett, Susan Miller, Debby Owen. THIRD ROW— Ruth Nichols, John Striby, Teresa Ohmit, Veda Worland, Lu Ann 
Hubbard, Elaine Dunn, Gayle Becher, Wanda Hubbard. FOURTH ROW— Roni Jo Singleton, Kathy Fuller, Vicki Plummer, 
Mary Russell, Mike Kramer. Presiding over the club activities this year were Dede Dobson, President; Vicki Hren, 
Vice-President; and Dee Anne Trulock, Secretary. 




CHESS CLUB: FRONT ROW— Mike Willis, Judy Rippeth, Charles Duke, Bill Rutan. 
SECOND ROW— John Pasch, Paul Gerzon. BACK ROW— Don Sulgrove, Paul Thomas, 
Ron Pierson. The Chess Club practiced after school on Wednesdays. 



SUBSET CLUB: FRONT ROW— Debra Todd, Kathy Welch, Beverly Corss, Amy 
Mueller, Patty Rutan. SECOND ROW— Mary Russell, Daryl Raines, George Pullman, 
Mike Flick. THIRD ROW— Jeff Henson, Larry Norris, Elwin Mahan, Robert Strickland, 
Scott Selm. Included in the activities of the Subset Club is learning to calculate 
multiplications on slide rule. 





Paul Gerzon, playing number four on the Chess Team, contemplates 
his next move in a match against a rival school. The meets, spon- 
sored by Mr. Weaver, were played on Thursdays. 



SERVICE: 

volunteers assist 

with tickets, films, 

clerical duties 



From a small 
booth at the 
entrance to the 
stadium, the 
front door of the 
gym, or the 
ticket window 
located in the 
auditorium lobby, 
Business Managers 
sold tickets for 
home games and 
dramatic and 
musical 
productions. 
Under the 
direction of Mr. 
David Stahly, 
these students 
also volunteered 
to serve as 
ushers and kept 
detailed attendence 
records for all 
school functions. 
Assisting deans, 
department heads, 
the school nurse 
and the bookstore 
manager, Office 
Messengers deliv- 
ered messages, 
typed and 
mimeographed 
school notices, 
sorted mail, and 
checked daily 
attendance lists. 
Sponsored by Mr. 
Richard Hammond, 
members of the 
Audio-Visual Club 
coordinated a film 
schedule, delivered 
films to class- 
rooms, and operated 
the public 
address system 
during 
assemblies and 
homeroom periods. 




BUSINESS MANAGERS: FRONT ROW— Kathy Phelps, Marti Hawkins, Jody Murphy, Kathy Graham. SECOND ROW— 
Sue Boulais, Dennis West, Becky McCafferty, Judy Reinken. THIRD ROW— Gloria Gentry, Susie Higginbotham, Peg Pafu, 
Janet Schmidlin, Pam McCleod. These students conducted gate sales at home games. 



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AUDIO-VISUAL: TOP TO BOTTOM Charles Hartle, Mary Sullivan, Warren Kemble. 
Responsible for maintaining all audio-visual equipment, these three students learned 
the correct method of operating and repairing projectors. 




OFFICE MESSENGERS: FRONT ROW— Carolyn Lain, Brenda Aus- 
brooks, Cheryl Koehring, Janet Jackson, Lana Smith, Linda Aus- 
brooks, Gail Yates, Nancy Carter, Karla Hopton, Karen Lee, Helen 
Lovell, Ann Lowe, Barb Van Hooser, Joyce Bacon, Nancy Dowling. 
SECOND ROW— Jane Bippus, Sherrie Cagle, Anna Moore, Ann 
McDaniel, Teena Blines, Chris Eden, Ann McClure, Anne Wrancher, 
Pam Thompson, Debbie Warner, Kathy Stapp, Becky Doane, Ma- 
ryanne Shockley, Julie VanCleave, Eileen Reilly, Janet Dixon. THIRD 
ROW — Penny Zander, Lisa Moore, Carolyn Rogers, Elaine Covert, 
Wanda Cotner, Karen McDougal, Barb Marqua, Cindy Alexander, 
Becky Short, Joanne Lobdell, Debbie Knoop, Karen Johnson, Patti 
Bailey, Tami Mitchell, Teresa Ullery, Mary Jane Rogers, Karen Gor- 
ham, Liliana Quinones. FOURTH ROW— Vicki Soden, Teri Fox, Robin 
Reynolds, Joyce Sprinkle, Sherry Gamble, Teri Pickard, Becky 
McCafferty, Karen Brace, Rebecca McWilliams, Susie Baugh, Shawn 
Snyder, Bobbie Caddell, Roxanne Hicks, Diane Prieshoff, Jenny 
Orme, Beverly Gross, Charlotte Estab, Stephanie Bruce, Beverly 
Janes, Lynn Petty. These students devote one period each day to 
assist administrators and office staff. 



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In preparation for taking a roll of advanced sale tickets to the book- 
store, Gloria Gentry, a business manager, records the exact number 
and price of tickets available for sale. 



ASSEMBLIES: 



ASSEMBLIES 

Publications — Student Council Assembly 
Junior Achievement Assembly 
State of the School Message, 

by Mr. Thomas Stirling 
Football Pep Assembly 
State Police Superintendent 
Basketball Pep Assembly 
Christmas Assembly 
"A Glimpse into the Heart of a Black Man" 

by Mr. and Mrs. Timotheus Carson 
Special Activities 
Coleman Blumfield, pianist 
Special Activities 
Special Activities 
Special Activities 
Career Day 
Special Activities 
National Honor Society Tap Day 
Special Activities 
Honor Day 
Special Activities 



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special activities 
program provides 
mini-courses 



A new 

innovation, a 
bi-monthly 
activities 
program, was 
introduced to 
the second 
semester 
schedule. 
The mini-courses, 
constructed 
around student 
interests, 
began in 
February and 
built variety 
into the convo- 
cation series. 
Eleven other 
assemblies were 
scheduled during 
the year, 
beginning with 
the Student 
Council — 
Publications 
assembly held in 
the stadium. 
The music 
department pre- 
sented its 
annual Christmas 
assembly on 
December 18. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Timotheus Carson 
presented a 
portion of 
their program, 
"A Glimpse Into 
the Heart of a 
Black Man." 
Pep sessions 
before key 
games helped 
boost school 
spirit and 
helped 
relieve 
pre-game 
tensions. 



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MUSICAL: 

"hello, dolly!" 

premieres for 

howe community 



"Hello, Dolly!," 

after its first 

release in the 

Irvington area, 

was presented by 

the Howe Music 

Department on 

March 25, 26, and 

27. The musical 

centered around 

a New York 

matchmaker, 

Mrs. Dolly Levi, 

who planned to keep 

her wealthiest 

client, feed-store 

owner Horace 

Vandergelder, 

for herself. Dolly 

found some 

trouble in 

winning 

Mr. Vandergelder 

because 

he planned 

to propose to 

a widowed 

millineress, 

Mrs. Irene Molloy. 

Horace decided not 

to marry her, 

when he 

found his two 

clerks hiding in 

her hat shop. 

Dolly and Horace 

were played by 

Bobbi Bergdoll 

and Gary Conway. 

Supporting actors 

were: Steve 

Applegate, Ambrose; 

Donna Brinson, 

Ermengarde; 

Steve Morgan, 

Cornelius; Greg 

Goodwin, Barnaby; 

Marilyn Poynter, 

Mrs. Molloy; 

and Debbie Kelly, 

Minnie Fay. 





Ambrose and Ermengarde are forced to enter a 
dance contest at the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant 
to prove their independence. 



"HELLO, DOLLY!" MALE LEADS: FRONT ROW— Steve Apple- 
gate, Ambrose; Gary Conway, Horace. SECOND ROW— Greg 
Goodwin, Barnaby; and Steve Morgan, Cornelius. 







PRINCIPAL DIRECTORS FOR "HELLO, DOLLY!": SEATED— Mrs. Sandra Moreland, choreography; Mrs. Janet McNeill, 
costumes. STANDING— Mr. Thomas Lewis and Mr. Robert Bramblett, vocal coaches; Mr. Robert Beckley, orchestra; 
Mr. Frank Watkins, principal music director; Mr. Charles Pirtle, stage and scenery. 



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After Dolly explains that the only fair thing to do is to have dinner with Cornelius and Barnaby, Mrs. Molloy and Minnie strut down Fourteenth Street with them 
trying to prove that they "got elegance." As dinner progresses, Cornelius finds himself falling in love with Mrs. Malloy, and Barnaby soon realizes that he, too, 
is beginning to understand how wonderful love can be. 



"HELLO, DOLLY!" FEMALE LEADS: FRONT ROW— Marilyn Poynter, Mrs. Malloy; 
Bobbi Bergdoll, Mrs. Dolly Levi. SECOND ROW— Debbie Kelley, Minnie Fay; Debbie 
Wynn, Ernestina; and Donna Brinson, Ermengarde. 




"HELLO, 


DOLLY!" 


CAST 


Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi 


Bobbi Bergdoll 


Ambrose Kemper 




Steve Applegate 


Horace Vandergelder 




Gary Conway 


Ermengarde 




Donna Brinson 


Cornelius Hackl 




Steve Morgan 


Barnaby Tucker 




Greg Goodwin 


Mrs. Irene Molloy 




Marilyn Poynter 


Minnie Fay 




Debbie Kelley 


Student Director 




Gary Conway 


Student Director 




Paula Dickenson 


Student Director 




Chuck Hughes 


Ticket Sales 




Mr. David Stahly 


Printing of Programs, 


Publicity 


Mr. Lyle Nave 



PRV: 

miss brown 

directs '71 

variety show 



Howe's 1971 

Pleasant Run 

Varieties 

presented 30 acts 

by its students. 

Seniors Steve 

Applegate and 

Alice Noxon 

served as Master 

and Mistress of 

Ceremonies for 

the annual 

variety show. 

Among the acts in 

the show 

were "Motorcycle 

Song" by Jerry 

Spicklemire, 

'A Time For Us" by 

Steve Morgan 

and the 

String Ensemble, 

"Let the 

Sunshine In" 

from the 

rock musical 

"Hair", and 

various other 

presentations by 

musical and 

gymnastic groups. 

Sound equipment 

was operated 

by Jim Murphy. 

Ron Meadows and 

Paula Dickenson 

headed the 

stage crew and 

make-up crew, 

respectively. 

Miss Janice Brown 

directed the 

show for the 

first year. 

Assisting 

Miss Brown were 

Mr. Schuyler 

Geller, Mrs. 

Sandra Moreland, 

and Mrs. Ann 

Williams. 




Members of the Boys' Octet (left to right) Paul Thomas, Steve Morgan, Jerry Burris, Jerry Spicklemire, Gary Conway, 
Mark Benson, Dick Simmons, and Greg Goodwin sing "Traces," as a mist filters across the stage. Other school groups 
who performed were the Madrigals and the Girls' Octet. 





Donna Brinson, a member of the Girls' Octet sings 
"Both Sides Now," a folk song, during the second 
act of the PRV. 



Master and Mistress of Ceremonies, Steve Applegate and 
Alice Noxon, introduce the next act in the Pleasant Run Varie- 
ties Show, January 9. 



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Members of the Hornet Honeys (left to right) Cheryl Mee, Debbie Branstetter, Pam 
Bowen, Nancy Smith, and Kathy Ragland dance to Burt Bacharach's and Hal Davis's 
"Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head." 



Freshman Rosalind Nuchols sings the lead soprano part of the "Flesh Failures" in the 
verse to "Let the Sunshine In." Other lead vocal parts were sung by seniors Joe 
McColley and Kathy Phelps. 





Debbie Wynn applies pancake make-up to Michelle Wilson before the 
opening curtain of the Pleasant Run Varieties. Senior Paula Dicken- 
son headed the 1 5 person crew. 



SENIOR 

PLAY: 

20 seniors 

produce comedy 



Howe's Senior 
Play, "Come 
Over to Our 
House," was pre- 
sented in 
the auditorium 
on Saturday, 
November 21. 
The play, 
written by 
former 
Indianapolis 
residents 
Marrijane and 
Joseph 
Hayes, 
concerned a 
widow, her 
children, 
and her 
romantic 
life. 
Seniors 
Paula Dickenson 
and Chuck 
Hughes were 
the student 
directors, 
while 
Mrs. Harriette 
Baker was the 
faculty advisor. 
Other teachers 
who contributed 



the play 

were Mr. 

Schulyer 

Geller, who 

designed the 

set, and 

Mr. Charles 

Pirtle. 

The Orchestra, 

conducted 

by ten 

senior 

members, 

played at 

all 

intermissions. 




Steve Morgan, as Phillip King, and Amanda Eldridge, played by Jill Jackson, arrive at the Eldridge home after the 
opening night of Amanda's children's performance in their school's variety show. On their arrival, they find Hildred 
Renolds (far left) played by Mimi Mathies, the neighborhood brat. 




SENIOR PLAY CAST MEMBERS: FRONT ROW Mrs. Harriette Baker, Ralph Wadsworth, Anita Brydon, David Hagy, Alice 
Noxon, Paula Dickinson. SECOND ROW— Judy Zander, Craig Reinhardt, Mimi Mathies, Steve Morgan, Jill Jackson, Paul 
Thomas, Carol Black, Roger McNeill, Anita Kroeger, Mike Zaring, Barbara Van Hooser, Chuck Hughes, Betsy Spice. 
THIRD ROW— Gary Conway, Janice High, Sandy Henderson, Robin Kraeszig, Cheryl Coller, Cheryl Boekankamp, Debbie 
Wynn, Judy Rippeth, Patty Danner. 



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Barbara Van Hooser and Anita Kroger, who were reporters in the Senior Play, question 
the Eldrige family concerning Jay's instant success, while Jay, played by David Hagy, 
protests. Betsy Spice, Stage Crew member, watches from the wings. 



Before leaving for his opening night, Jay discusses his future with the Russian conduc- 
tor, Mr. Sevinsky, portrayed by Gary Conway. At the right, Butch and Marian decide 
on their own plans for the evening. 





In the class of 1 97 l's Senior Play, Judy Zander and Craig Reinhardt, 
as Lindy Eldridge and Hugo Willif red, dance the boogie-woogie in 
preparation for their act in the variety show. 



DRAMATICS: 

performers 

present 

one-act plays 



Howe students 
interested in 
dramatics 
had several 
opportunities 
to reveal their 
talents. 
One-act plays 
were presented by 
the Revelers, 
which helped 
members toward 
their goal of 10 
points. Each 
point represented 
10 hours of work. 
When 100 hours 
were accumulated 
on stage, Revelers 
became eligible 
for membership 
in Thespians. 
Mrs. Hariette 
Baker, sponsor 
of Revelers- 
Thespians, 
assisted in 
the direction 
and production 
of the 
plays. 
The Stage 
Crew also 
had an important 
part in the 
production 
of Howe's 
- presentations. 
Under the 
direction 
of Mr. Charles 
Pirtle, Stage 
Crew members 
designed and con- 
structed scenery, 
operated the 
curtains, lights, 
and sound, 
prompted 
actors, and 
applied make-up. 



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THESPIANS: FRONT ROW— Robert Eckert. SECOND ROW— Kim Truex, Chuck Hughes, Paul Thomas, Mark Benson, 
Ralph Wadsworth. THIRD ROW— Marge Coffin, Dave Hagy, Paula Dickenson. FOURTH ROW— Patty Perryman, Sandy 
Garrett, Sherrie Shed. One of the plays produced by Revlers-Thespians was "Undertow." Actors were selected on the 
basis of tryouts held several weeks before the performance. Marge Coffin was the Student Director. 



STAGE CREW: TOP ROW— Dave Clark. SECOND ROW— 
Mark Reasoner, Bob Rattiff, Robin Rebholz, Phil Pash, 
Chuck Hughes. THIRD ROW— Jeff Braun, Betsy Spice, 
Ron Meadows, Patty Perryman, Steve Neal, Anita Kroeger. 




Mr. Schuyler Geller helps Jeff Braun construct a 
prop for the Senior Play. Stage Crew members built 
sets for various plays. 





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Proper lighting and smooth curtain operation are a necessity for all productions 
presented on Howe's auditorium stage. Here, Steve Neal tests the light board to make 
certain that it is functioning properly. 



In the play "Undertow," Carolyn Crooks portrayed one of the Jordan 
Sisters, Miss Susan. Here, during a dress rehearsal, Miss Susan 
reprimands her younger sister. 




REVELERS: FRONT ROW— Marge Coffin, Amy Mueller, Chuck Hughes, Vickie Pomeroy, Beth Johnson, Stephanie Dick, Betsy Spice, Sandy Garrett. SECOND 
ROW— Anita Scharborough, Debbie Ramsey, Sherri Doughty, Judy Bailey, Teresa Johnson, Wendy Rossman, Debbie McCleerey, Kathy Lee, Michele Brown. Patty 
Perryman. THIRD ROW— Debbie Owen, Kim Truex, Dan Meador, Robert Eckert, Mike Fiddler, Cynthia Richards, Kay Niedenthal, Connie Tilley. Lee Brooks. Paula 
Wagner, Vicky Spears. FOURTH ROW— Paula Dickenson, Beverly Murdick, Lisa Lane, Mark Benson, Paul Thomas, Ralph Wadsworth, Carolyn Crooks, Teresa 
Ullery, Sherrie Shed, Sheilia McGuire, Connie Edwards, Connie Bietz. FIFTH ROW— Karen Frisbie, Dave Hagy, David Hicks. 



BAND: 

director 

organizes 

stage band 



In the fall, 

the Howe Band 

presented the 

half-time shows 

at the five home 

football games. 

Practicing during 

seventh period, 

the Band members 

worked hard to 

learn formations, 

music, and 

marching 

techniques. 

In November, 

the Band marched 

in the annual 

Veteran's Day 

Parade downtown. 

Junior 

Bruce Stroud 

served as 

drum major. 

Howe's Pep Band, 

composed of 

approximately 

one-third of the 

original band, 

played for the 

home basketball 

games. 

The Stage Band 

was organized 

for the first time 

this year 

by Mr. McEnderfer. 

During concert 

season, the Band 

concentrated on 

music 

played in the 

Orchestra and Band 

Spring Concert. 

In May, the 

Band 

performed at the 

ROTC inspection, 

and their last 

performance of the 

year was at 

commencement. 



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FLUTES 
Janet Aldrich 
Patty Danner 
Beth Johnson 
Kris Legg 
Randy McKim 
Beverly Murdick 
Judy Rippeth 
Nancy Rood 
Chris Stalas* 
Carol Thomas 
Shawn Whitridge 

CLARINETS 
Nancy Bedwell 
Marjorie Coffin 
Stephanie Dick 
Tim Dillion 
Pam Goldsberry 
Tom Hahn 
Cheryl Hanlon 
Teresa Johnson 
Gary Joines 
Mike Klein 
Debra Madara 
Connie Metcalf 
Vickie Nelson 
Brent Newkirk 
Vicki Nicholson* 
Steve Ott 
George Pullman 
Joe Riggs 
Carolyn Rogers 
Dave Sherron 
Jane Stephenson 
Bruce Stroud 
Seki Wilson 

♦first chair 



BAND MEMBERS BY INSTRUMENTS 



E CLARINET 
Herb Diedrichsen 

ALTO CLARINET 
Pam Depew 

BASS CLARINET 
Ralph Merriman 
Karl Zander 

OBOE 

Gary Norman 

BASSOON 
Georgia Hughes 

ALTO SAXOPHONE 
Terri Maddox 
Dave Stockdale 

TENOR SAXOPHONE 
Ron Alexander 
Janet Rupe 
Dave Utigard* 

TRUMPET 
Gary Billingsley 
Mike Catron 
Dave Clark 
Rick Dawson* 
Jeff Downey 
Barbara Fotner 
Rick Freeman 
Charles Gott 
Dale Hartley 
Dave Hayes 
Ron Heustis 
Joe Little 
Bob Lynch 




Bruce Pedlow 
Darlis Smith 
Kent Wells 

FRENCH HORN 
Dan Carter 
Donna Craven 
Phil Jern 

Patricia Nickolaus* 
MariBeth Velazquez 

TROMBONE 
Don Engleking 
Alan Horner 
Robert Hunt 
Dan Meadows 
Jeff Meyer 
Louis Northern 
Ted Nottingham 
Doug Shockley 
Armin Tepner* 

BASS 
Tom Ott 
Willie Seal 

BARITONE 
Gregg Alexander 
Dick Shadiow 

PERCUSSION 
Chris Arvin 
Lucky Carmean 
Jim Cobb 
Jim Garrett 
Paul Thomas* 
Gary Walters 
Randy Webb 




The flute section makes the highest sound of the band. Here, 
the flutes play a solo during the half-time performance of the 
Howe-Warren football game. 



Freshman band member Georgia Hughes practices 
the bassoon, one of the most difficult instruments 
to master in concert band. 







Mr. Louis McEnderfer returned to school in November after a leave of absence 
because of an illness. As director, he coaches the band members and teaches them 
the mood and the feeling of a piece of music. 



Howe's Pep Band plays at each of the home basketball games. 
Junior Gary Walters, solo drummer of the group, uses his ability on 
the drums to help keep the beat of the chants. 



ORCHESTRA: 

musicians 

form new 

woodwind quintet 



Mr. Robert 

Beckley 

directed Howe's 

Orchestra 

for the 

second year. 

The group, 

directed by 

senior Orchestra 

members, 

performed 

at the 

Senior Play, 

in the musical, 

and for the 

Spring Band and 

Orchestra Concert. 

The 65-piece 

Orchestra 

also 

played a 

concert tour of 

the grade schools 

in Howe's vicinity. 

The twelve-member 

string 

ensemble, 

in its second 

year, performed 

at the Gift and 

Hobby Show, at 

Howe's Christmas 

Program, and 

for the 

PRV. 

New this 

year 

was a Woodwind 

Quintet, 

composed of the 

first 

chairs of the 

flute, clarinet, 

oboe, French 

horn, and 

bassoon sections. 

Twenty-three 

Orchestra members 

represented Howe 

in the All-State 

Orchestra. 



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STRING ENSEMBLE MEMBERS: FRONT ROW— David Hagy, Janet Dixon, Eric Mueller, Carolyn Crooks, Rex Thomasj 
Carol Mount, Jeff Flowers, Dave Hartley, Sandy Garrett. SECOND ROW— Rick Brown, Vicki McArthur, Linda Showalter 
Tom Strickland. On February 20, the group captured 1st place in the State Music Contest held at Butler. 










VIOLINS 
Lee Brooks 
Richard Brown 
Vicky Combs 
Carolyn Crooks 
Janet Dixon 
Keith Flowers 
David Hagy* 
Barbara Hahn 
Andrea Lamb 
Vicki McArthur 
Elizabeth McKain 
Eric Mueller 
Elizabeth Richardson 
Alfred Ross 
Linda Showalter 
Alice Stephenson 
Becky Taylor 
Larry Temple 

VIOLAS 
Jeff Flowers* 
Joy Hall 
Kathy Jensen 
Becky Kennett 
Pam McLeod 
Carol Mount 
Rosalind Nuckols 



ORCHESTRA MEMBERS 

CELLI 

Sandy Garrett* 
David Hartley 
Betty Hunter 
Ruth Janes 
Tom Kroniak 
Roger McNeill 
Bill Megnin 
Betsy Spice 

BASSES 
Mike Kramer 
Larry Mathis 
Dan Meador 
Tom Strickland* 
Rex Thomas 

FLUTES 
Patty Danner 
Judy Rippeth 
Chris Stalas* 

CLARINETS 
Marge Coffin 
Debbie Madara 
Brent Newkirk 
Vicky Nicholson* 

♦first chair 




TROMBONES 
Don Engelking 
Mark Ryan* 
Armin Tepner 

TUBA 

Marian Murdick 

FRENCH HORNS 
Dan Carter 
Phil Jern* 
Gerald Venne 

PERCUSSION 
Dale Hartley 
Doug Hartley* 






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VOCAL 

ENSEMBLES: 

madrigals have 

yuletide feast 



Members of Howe's 

largest vocal 

group, the 

Concert 

Choir, were 

selected from the 

Boys' and Girls' 

Chorus and 

Choralaire 

classes. 

Under the 

direction of 

Mr. Frank "Pop" 

Watkins, the 

Choir rehearsed 

during first 

period in 

preparation 

for performing 

in Christmas 

programs, the 

musical 

"Hello Dolly", 

and the Spring 

Music Festival. 

Fourteen 

students, 

singing 

soprano, alto, 

tenor, and 

bass selections 

from the 18th 

century, composed 

the Madrigals. 

Mr. Robert 

Bramblett 

directed the group 

which presented 

most of 

its music to 

social clubs and 

churches 

throughout 

the city. 

This year they 

participated in a 

"Madrigal Yuletide 

Feast" in which 

they wore 

costumes from the 

Henry IV period. 



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MADRIGALS: LEFT TO RIGHT— Roger McNeill, Tom Strickland, David Hagy, Chris Stalas, Chris Eden, Marge Coffin, 
Nancy Tourney, Gary Conway, Laurie Leamon, Terri Strouse, Karen McDougal, Dick Simmons, Richard Brown, Mark 
Benson. For the first year, members of this group performed in a "Madrigal Feast." 



Directing the Choir for his thirtieth year, Mr. Frank Watkins 
emphasizes the importance of putting more feeling into the 
Choirs' various selections of music. 




Under the direction of Mr. Frank "Pop" Watkins, 
the alto section rehearses their individual part of a 
new selection. 





CHOIR: FRONT ROW— Terry Rash, Patti Dawson, Kathy Cramer, Jerry Burris, Sherry Grove, Phil Horner, Roxanne Long, David Hagy, Susan Powell, Noel Wyatt, 
Joan DeBoo, Donna Brinson, Terri Strouse, Tom Strickland, Anita Brydon. SECOND ROW— Karen Grace, Greg Maddox, Carol Henderson, Ken Evens, Jan Basset, 
Mark Reasoner, Karen McDougal, Steve Morgan, Chris Stalas, Kurt Mathias, Jan McDaniel, Richard Simmons, Thea Mittendorf, Mark Benson, Bobbi Bergdoll, 
Patti Dentler. THIRD ROW— Greg Goodwin, Marcia Thomas, Ray McKim, Chris Eden, Debbie Breedlove, Paul Thomas, Debbie Branstetter, Bill Striby, Cheryl 
Walker, Todd Taylor, Debbie Kelley, Don Hytield, Anita Powers, Janet Morand, Jerry Spicklemeire, Marilyn Poynter, Paul Gerzon. FOURTH ROW — Gary Conway, 
Carol Black, Roger McNeill, Jim DeFur, Laurie Leamon, Guy Lawson, Bil Totten, Kathy Ragland, Dennis Wootan, Kathy Orr, Lenny Thornburg, Marianne Metcalf, 
Doug Short, Donna Snodgrass, Rex Thomas, Paula Dickenson, Steve Applegate, Debbie Wynn, Jim Sanders, Tom Walker. Members of this group were selected 
from Chorus and Choralaire classes. 




Seniors Jim Sanders, Rex Thomas, and Paul Thomas often accompany the Howe Choir in hopes of adding variety to the numbers which they plan to use in 
an upcoming performance. They aid in adding instrumental sounds to songs such as "It's Just The Gypsy In My Soul," and "Turn Around, Look At Me." These 
musicians also provide the Choir with an up-dated version of "This Old Hammer, Killed John Henry." 



VOCAL 

ENSEMBLES: 

boys' concert 

club organized 



Under the 
direction of Mr. 
Thomas Lewis, 
the Boys' 
Concert Club was 
organized this 
year. This group, 
composed of 26 
members 
rehearsed 
every day during 
fifth period. 
The Choralaires, 
the girls' 
counterpart, was 
directed by Mr. 
Frank Watkins. 
The Choralaires 
spent many hours 
practicing music 
for various 
performances 
which included 
singing for the 
seniors' Vesper 
service held on 
the Sunday 
preceding 
commencement. 
Members of the 
Boys' and Girls' 
Ensembles, two 
specially selected 
groups of vocalists 
chosen by audition 
from those 
enrolled in music 
classes, 
performed 
for various 
church functions 
and social groups 
as well as 
participating in 
the Christmas 
Program, the 
Spring Vocal 
Festival, the All- 
City Music 
Festival, and the 
musical. 



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BOYS' OCTET: FRONT ROW— David Hagy, pianist; Richard Simmons. SECOND ROW— Steve Morgan, Jerry Burris, 
Mark Benson. THIRD ROW — Paul Thomas, Jerry Spicklemeire, Gary Conway, Greg Goodwin. This group provided 
entertainment for various clubs of businessmen and women throughout the city. 

GIRLS OCTET: FRONT ROW— Janice High, Donna Brinson, Anita Brydon. SECOND ROW— Cheryl Walker, Linda Showal- 
ter, pianist; Debbie Kelley. THIRD ROW — Bobbi Bergdoll, Chris Stalas, Marilyn Poynter. These eight girls performed 
at special school events, such as the Christmas program and the PRV. 





BOYS' CONCERT CLUB: FRONT ROW— Charlton Van Hooser, Neil Penney, Rick Strykowski, Bill Stevens, Terry Cala, Barry Swan, Phil Sherrill. SECOND ROW 
—Mike Sprinkle, Bob Hurst, Delbert Taylor, Russell Sarfaty, David Hodge, Randy Kord, Rick Miller, Jack Reynolds. THIRD ROW — Tom Jones, Kevin Phelps, 
Robert Bristow, Ron Lawson, Richard Kingery, Randolph Roeder, Dennis White, Steve Whitlock, Tom Hicks. 




GIRLS' CONCERT CLUB: FRONT ROW— Marge Coffin, Kathy Meyers, Kathy Benson, Karen Frisbie, JoAnne Stansbury, Denyce Gillespie, Nila Neal, Connie 
Chambers, Helen Lovell, Donna Reynolds, Jody Morgan, Judy Bailey, Paula Launer. SECOND ROW— Ginny DeHardt, Susan Zink, Barbara Marqua, Laura Donley. 
Debbie Benefiel, Nancy Watkins, Anita Scarbrough, Veda Worland, Karen Johnson, Pam Hilligoss, Jackie Morgan, Robin Reynolds, Donna Prichard, Juanita 
Murphy, Debbie McWhirter. THIRD ROW— Janet Neal, Michelle Pigacella, Linda Wheeler, Barbara Wildrick, Cheryl Marcum, deMaris Hilligoss. Susan Fox, Ariel 
Wilson, Susan Foltz, Patty Perryman, Pam Page, Chris Salter, Linda Hild, Kathy Grace, Sandra Mitchell. FOURTH ROW— Denise Dobson, Marcia Bickle, Donna 
Tracy, Gale Glendenin, Cheryl Boekankamp, Dala Mandabach, Jeanell Davis, Regina Tolley, Rhonda Carr, Tammy Jung, Sherri Doughty, Connie Beitz, Peggy 
Brownlee, Patty Crites. From this group girls learn the basics of music. 



DANCES: 

oriental theme 

creates distinct 

atmosphere 



Japanese 

characters, 

lanterns, 

cherry blossoms, 

and the theme 

"Oriental 

Springtime" set 

the mood 

for the 1970 

Turn-About Twirl. 

Couples danced 

under a pink and 

white canopy, 

while the Rick 

Dawson Band 

provided the 

music. 

Bruce Dobson 

was crowned 

"Mr. Topper" 

by Jan Cowgill, 

HILLTOPPER 

Editor. 

"Flight of 

Apollo 11" was the 

theme for the 

Military Ball 

held in the 

cafeteria on 

February 28,1970. 

The center-piece 

for each table 

consisted of an 

American flag 

planted on a 

miniature moon. 

The crowning of 

the Military Ball 

Queen, Terri 

Kertes, was 

executed by Sgt. 

Harold M. Ecktman. 

The queen 

was selected 

from a court 

of eight ROTC 

sponsors. Each 

candidate 

was escorted by 

a R.O.T.C. 

cadet officer. 



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Bruce Dobson 
"Mr. Topper" 



Brad Romeril 
Senior Candidate 





Steve Reed 
Senior Candidate 



Mike Wieneke 
Junior Candidate 




Couples Verna Wall and Dan Poynter and Marianne Metcalf 
and Jim Smith dance in the oriental atmosphere of the Turn- 
About Twirl held on April 11, 1970. 



During the intermission of the Turn-About, senior Bruce Dob- 
son was crowned "Mr. Topper" by Jan Cowgill. He was 
elected by those attending the dance. 



Kevin Culley Phil Danforth 

Sophomore Candidate Sophomore Candidate 




Dave Holman Walter Wren 

Freshman Candidate Freshman Candidate 






Between dances at the Military Ball, couples pause to talk and secure decorations to 
keep as souvenirs of the occasion, a formal dance which is held in the cafeteria. 
Attendance at the Military Ball was restricted to those enrolled in ROTC. 



Red roses and the coronation crown are presented by Sergeant 
Harold Ecktman to Terri Kertes who was chosen from 8 ROTC spon- 
sors to reign over the dance. Her escort is Tad DeLay. 




MILITARY BALL CANDIDATES AND ESCORTS: Diana Watson, Robert Mindach, Judy Zander, Jeff Beeler, Anita Powers, Robert Fawver, Rebecca McWilliams. 
John Horner, Dana Smith, Ralph Brooks, Donna Reifeis, George Cooper, Terri Poynter, "Tad" DeLay, Teri Kertes, Ken Bruce, Patti Dulin. This dance, sponsored 
by the ROTC cadets, was attended by 132 couples from Howe and 44 couples from other Indianapolis high schools. 



DANCES: 

classic flicks, 

astrology 

set festive moods 



Denny 
Haygood and 
Cheryl Mee were 
crowned 
"Brown Boy" and 
"Golden Girl" 
at the 1970 
Brown and Gold 
Dance, held in the 
cafeteria on 
October 17. 
Marilyn Poynter, 
as Mae West, and 
Rob Fawver, as 
W. C Fields, 
crowned the two 
during the 
intermission of 
the opening 
social event 
of the school 
year. 
Decorations 
included film 
clips, directors' 
megaphones, and 
posters adver- 
tising the 1930's 
film, "My Little 
Chickadee." 
"Your Night Under 
the Stars" was the 
theme of the 1971 
Sweetheart Ball, 
sponsored by 
the TOWER 
staff. 
The dance 
featured 
Zelda, the gypsy 
fortune-teller 
who read 
tea leaves to 
advise couples 
of events in 
their futures. 
Suzette Boulais 
and Jim DeFur 
were crowned 
Queen and King 
of the dance. 




Jim DeFur 
'Sweetheart King" 



Suzette Boulais 
"Sweetheart Queen" 




LuAnn Hubbard 
Queen Candidate 



Rick Kutche 
King Candidate 




Steve Harton 
King Candidate 



Ruth Janes 
Queen Candidate 





Juniors Suzette Boulais and Jim Defur receive the crowns of 
"Sweetheart Queen" and "Sweetheart King" at the Sweet- 
heart Ball. 




Pam Zollinger 
Queen Candidate 



Don Engelking 
King Candidate 



Kathy Phelps, as Zelda, the fortune-telling gypsy, uses Tarot 
cards to tell events of the future to couples attending. 



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Senior candidates Denny Haygood, Cheryl Mee, John Easley, and Paula Launer, and junior candidates Danny Brown, Patty Dentler, Joanne Lobdell, and Robert 
Eckert await the crowning of the 1970 "Brown Boy" and "Golden Girl" at the Brown and Gold Dance. Candidates were selected by the members of their class 
and then voted on by those purchasing publications subscriptions. 



Couples standing the "Brown and Gold" danced to the music of the Rick Dawson 
Sextet. The semi-formal dance, sponsored by the HILLTOPPER staff, opens the social 
season for Howe students. 





Rob Fawver, 1 970 graduate, presents Cheryl Mee with a bouquet of 
red carnations after crowning her "Golden Girl" at the "Brown and 
Gold". Denny Haygood was crowned "Brown Boy." 



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COMPETITION: 



Howe's Athletic 
Department 
offered all 
students the 
opportunity to 
participate, 
whether they were 
team members or 
loyal fans. 
Open to interested 
students were 
intramural 
basketball and 
bowling. 

Girls outstanding 
in acrobatics 
competed on 
the gym team. 
Strength 
and stamina, 
exerted by 
the different 
teams 

through their 
competition, 
distinguished 
exceptional 
sportsmanship. 
Through the 
thrills of 
winning and 
disappointments of 
losing, the 
team members 
developed 
leadership and 
cooperation 
with others 
which they could 
exhibit proudly in 
their adult lives. 






GAA, 

GYM TEAM: 

gymnists capture 

1970 district title 



Under the guidance 
of Mrs. Sandra 
Moreland, the 
Girls' Athletic 
Association 
provided any girl 
a chance to 
extend her skills 
through intra- 
mural competition. 
Those more highly 
skilled competed 
interscholas- 
tically in volley- 

rball or gymnas- 
tics. The Winter 
Wonderland Dance, 
being the annual 
Christmas sockhop, 
was co-sponsored 
by the GAA and 
Student Council. 
An outgrowth 
of this 
group, the 
Girls' Gym Team, 
was sponsored by 
Miss Janice Brown. 
Meets were held 
between county and 
state schools. 
Qualifying 
in the district 
meet enabled girls 
to participate 
in the state 
competition. 
Last year's team 
won four dual 
meets and went on 
to capture the 
district title 
and finally 
became the 
mythical state 
champion. 
A 1970 
graduate, Betty 
Rennard won the 
state all-around 
championship. 



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GIRLS' GYM TEAM: LEFT TO RIGHT— Miss Janice Brown, sponsor; DiAnne Droeger, Marsha Allgood, Donna Pritchard, 
Michelle Wilson, Nancy Watkins, Janis Maudlin, Carol Mount, Lou Anne Baker, Bobbie Bergdoll, Marsha Calvert, Melody 
Burtnett, Kim Graeber, NOT PICTURED— Terri Medlin. 



Marsha Calvert, a senior, accomplishes a forward roll on the 
balance beam. This is Marsha's second year of competition 
with Howe's Girls' Gym Team. 




A senior, Michelle Wilson executes a cast-back hip 
circle with an eagle catch to the high bar while 
gymnist Donna Pritchard spots. 





GAA: FRONT ROW — Carol Dodd, Melody Query, Debbie Ramsey, Debbie Abel, Pam Noe, Connie Tillery, Sandy Herren, Debbie Hudelman, Gail Hipsher, Debi 
Thomas, Beth Mattingly, Terri Elliot, Corina deHerdt, Suzie Canada, Lou Anne Baker, Nancy Watkins, Carol Mount, Judy Bailey, Mel Burtnett, Kim Graeber. 
SECOND ROW — Gayle Becher, Janet Schmidlin, Becky McCafferty, Shelley Summit, Debbie Hannah, Judy Neu, Susie Matthews, Teresa Amonette, June Rainbolt, 
Chris Fiddler, Vicky Burgess, Kathy Eaton, Margaret Bernd, Donna Callaway, Cathy Hind, Cheryl Koehring, Cathy Cooper, Bev Cross, Karen Crawford, DeeAnne 
Trulock. THIRD ROW— Sarah Kelley, Connie Chambers, Marcia Rockey, Debra Bray, Lee Brooks, Sharie Gish, Peggy Endicott, Mary Wood, Saundra Thomas, 
Maria Hagans, Denise Austin, Sherri Doughty, Anita Scharbrough, Shirley Foster, Nicki Simons, Connie Beitz, Carole Poynter, Pat Bowers, Connie Chaplin, Leslie 
Padden, Lu Ann Hubbard, Elaine Dunn. FOURTH ROW — Mindy Mansfield, Dede Dobson, Ros Nuckols, Kathy Jensen, DeAnne Droeger, Marsha Downey, Shawn 
Whitridge, Patty Eaton, Julie Jones, Marsha Allgood, Donna Pritchard, Jackie Lee, Jeanie Elsey, Vera Wall, Kathy Fuller, Vicki Steele, Kay Niedenthal, Lou Anne 
Watson, Nancy Davis, LouAnn Caporale. Julie Jones served as president; DeeAnne Trulock, vice-president; and Connie Beitz, secretary-treasurer. 





Janis Maudlin practices a hand spring dismount on the balance beam while Marsha 
Calvert spots. The Girls' Gym Team practiced every Saturday in the Howe gym, except 
on the Saturdays when the gymnists have meets. 



On the uneven bars, Junior Donna Pritchard demonstrates a back 
hip circle. Starting in the winter, the team had five dual meets, and 
were entered in the District Meet. 



HALF-TIME 

PERFORMERS: 

honeys make 

new uniforms 



Awarded to Howe 
athletes are white 
sweaters and gold 
letters which 
represent long 
hours of practice, 
sacrifice, and 
outstanding per- 
formance in a 
sport. Ticket- 
taking, 
distributing 
programs, and 
holding ropes at 
half-time were 
among several 
contributions 
made by 
Lettermen. 
High kicks, 
intricate dance 
steps, and a 
bright smile 
adorned each mem- 
ber of the Hornet 
Honeys. They 
performed lively 
routines during 
half-time in new 
uniforms which 
they made. 
Assisting the 
group was captain 
Cheryl Walker and 
sponsor Mrs. Joan 
McAllister. 
Performing at home 
basketball games, 
the Howe Pep Band 
added rhythm for 
lively chants 
and music for 
the Hornet 
Honeys routines. 
The Pep Band 
was directed by 
senior Rick 
Dawson who was 
assisted by other 
members of 
the band. 




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DRILL TEAM: LEFT TO RIGHT — Janet Jackson, Laura Pence. Lona Smith, Suzanne Pinkman, Karen Crawford, Joanne 
Straussburg, Sandy Showalter, Bobbie Caddell, Laurie Pinkman, Connie Thompson, Connie Chaplin, Leslie Padden, 
Marianne Jessup, Debbie Kelly, Debbi Jump, Sherri Cagle, Susan Zink, Becky Horner, Cheryl Walker, Debbie Branstetter, 
Jill Jackson, Carol Henderson, Pam Bowen, Marsha Downey, Cheryl Mee, Nancy Collins, Linda Lee, Kathy Ragland, 
Nancy Smith, Diane Droeger. The group practiced during seventh periods. 




Arranging much of the music played and directing the Pep Band, senior Rick Dawson (back to the camera) also helps 
out in the trumpet section. Composed of about a third of the Howe Band, the Pep Band performs at all home basketball 
games, and assists the cheerleaders in keeping the fans enthusiastic. 



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LETTERMEN: FRONT ROW — Joe Easterday, Dennis Haygood, John Lyons, Joe Eaton, Bill Deeter, Mike Wieneke, Leonard Thornburg, Mike Throckmorton, Paul 
Thomas. SECOND ROW — Tracy Ellis, Dan Richardson, Dave Utigard, Mike Simmons, Randy Deane, Rick Kutche, Mike Becher, Tom Boyd, Jeff Moore, Rick 
Balsbaugh. THIRD ROW— Craig Reinhardt, Tom Summit, Mike Miller, Phil Sherrill, Greg Goodwin, Russ Hollenbaugh, Bob Stewart, Bob Gray, Lee Bechtel, Greg 
Burton, Wiley Craft, Ron Bennett. Meeting in the stadium on Friday mornings Lettermen planned their future activities. 



Wearing apparel during half-time routines is not always limited to the Hornet Honeys' 
uniforms. Costumes add variety to the themes of the performances and sometimes 
give new ideas for different dance steps. 





As a member of the Lettermen Club, Rick Balsbaugh holds the ropes 
during the half-time at a home basketball game. This is done to keep 
the crowds from walking on the court. 






CHEERS AND 

CROWNS: 

girls add 

excitement 



During the summer 
varsity and 
reserve squads 
attended 
Vicennes' Cheer- 
leading camp 
which polished 
their skills 
and created new 
techniques. Howe's 
PTA purchased new 
brown and gold 
uniforms for the 
varsity while the 
other squads 
assembled their 
own. Varsity, 
reserve, and 
freshman 
squads combined 
their talent to 
create an 
atmosphere 

fof pep. 
Starting the 
annual 
succession 
of Howe queens, 
Jackie Lee won 
the title of 
Jamboree Queen. 
To DeeAnne Trulock 
happiness was 
being chosen as 
Football 
Homecoming 
Queen. She 
received her 
crown and 
necklace at half- 
time of the 
Warren Central- 
Howe game. 
Betty Hunter was 
elected from a 
court of eight 
girls to become 
Basketball 
Homecoming Queen 
of 1971 at the 
Howe-Northwest 
game. 





Varsity cheerleaders Bobbi Bergdoll, Vera Wall, Patti Dentler, Debbie Breedlove, Carol Mount, and Terri Medlin promote 
spirit by performing at a time-out. Perfection of these cheers required after-school practices for the squads. Physical 
Education teacher Miss Janice Brown supervised their activities. 








Senior Ralph Wadsworth portrays the commical 
"Herbie Hornet". At home games, Herbie assisted 
the cheerleaders in chants and tumbling. 



Seven cheerleaders, including one boy for the first year, 
led spirit-building yells to boost the morale at the reserve 
football games held on Mondays. 



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For the third consecutive year a freshman was elected to serve as Jamboree Queen. 
Reigning Queen Jackie Lee rode in the procession and participated in the homecom- 
ing activities. She was escorted by Mike Becher. 



Vice-President of Student Council Paul Thomas awards a necklace to the 1971 
Basketball Homecoming Queen, Betty Hunter. She was also presented the crown and 
flowers by Mr. Charles Ruschhaupt at the Howe-Northwest game. 





DeeAnne Trulock was the 1970 Football Homecoming Queen at the 
home game with Warren Central. Along with crowning ceremonies, 
a procession of floats circled the field. 



INTRAMURALS: 

coaches, managers 

provide backing, 

clean uniforms 



Valuable for 
its advice to 
the athletic 
teams at Howe 
was the coaching 
staff. These 
men backed 
and trained the 
teams for com- 
petition with 
other schools. 
There were three 
new assignments 
to the coaching 
staff this year — 
Mr. David Stewart, 
Mr. James Lynch 
in football, and 
Mr. Philip Brown 
in golf. 
Another indis- 
pensable group 
was the Managers, 
who cleaned 
equipment, 
recorded statis- 
tics, and kept 
the athletic 
teams in order. 
Mr. Charles 
Fitzgerald, 
new to Howe this 
year, was made 
head manager. 
HoWe sponsored 
a program of 
intramural sports 
for those who 
either did not 
have the time or 
the necessary 
skills for varsity 
team sports. The 
two intramural 
sports offered at 
Howe were bowling 
and basketball. 
These sports 
attracted 
arge numbers 
of students. 









Wrestling coach Mr. Sutton views the finish of a 
Cross Country meet. He often helps time the run- 
ners during the race. 



Football and wrestling coach Mr. Arvin checks the turf of the 
field before a game. During the winter, he is in charge of 
weight-lifting. 




STUDENT MANAGERS: FRONT ROW— Mr. Jerry McLeish, William Megnin, Willliam Burtnett, Bobby Griffin. SECOND 
ROW— Bryan Garwood, Kevin Kirby, Jim Gossett. THIRD ROW— Steve Mathis, Jerry Lesley, Dave Branson. Mr. McLeish 
and Mr. Fitzgerald became the new organizers of the managers this year. 



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COACHES: Mr. Kelly, Mr. Harpold, Mr. McLeish, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Finkbiner, Mr. Arvin, Mr. Miller, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Stutz, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Spears, 
Mr. Patterson, Mr. Wood, Mr. Sutton, Mr. Brown. These men provided sponsorship and supervision at practice sessions while giving valuable assistance in 
approving the abilities of the students participating on atheltic teams for 200 events held during 180 school days. 



Part of the managers' job is to help injured players off the field. Steve Mathis and Don 
Engleking help Bob Freeman to the bench after he sustained an injury during the 
game with Warren Central. 





Intramural basketball met on Mondays for upperclassmen and Thurs- 
days for freshmen and sophomores. There were approximatively ten 
games in the season, and playoffs. 



FOOTBALL: 

varsity team 

acquires new 

coach 




Howe's 1970 
Varsity Football 
Team was coached 
for the first 
time by former 
Reserve 
Coach Mr. 
David Stewart 
and Line Coach 
Mr. Richard 
Harold. A 
seasonal record 
of 6 — 4 brought 
Howe fifth 
place in the 
final city 
standings. Varsity 
player Bob 
Freeman was 
named All-City 
center and 
received an 
honorable mention 
for the All- 
State team. 
Other Hornets 
on the All- 
City team were 
linebacker Rick 
Kutche, defensive 
back Walter 
Wren, and tackle 
Mike Wieneke. 
Bill Deeter 
received the 
Kiwanis Club 
award for the 
best mental 
attitude. 



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Vera Wall 
Varsity Cheerleader 



Terri Medlin 
Varsity Cheerleader 





Bobbi Bergdoll 
Varsity Cheerleader 



Patti Dentler 
Varsity Cheerleader 



Quarterback Rick Kutche discusses tactics with coach David 
Stewart for the Warren Central game. Warren was Howe's 
1970 Homecoming opponent. 




Debbie Breedlove 
Varsity Cheerleader 



Carol Mount 
Varsity Cheerleader 



All-City linebacker Rick Kutche, assisted by guard 
Mike Wieneke, tackles a Broad Ripple player for a 
ten yard loss. 






Varsity linemen anxiously await the signal to go into action against the Tech Titans 
in their opening game. Howe defeated Tech 28 — 6. During the game, Rick Shadiow 
kicked four extra points out of four attempts. 



Equipment manager Mr. Charles Fitzgearld tapes up center Bob 
Freeman's injured knee which the player received in the final mi- 
nutes of the game against Warren Central. 




VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Eric Robinson, Darel Dieringer, Jim Byrne, Barry Green, Bill Deeter, Rick Kutche, Mike Wieneke, Tom Summit, Dennis 
Haygood, Jim Combs, Bob Maffett. SECOND ROW— Steve Jewell, Jim Priest, Randy Deane, Steve Applegate, Bob Freeman, Mike Throckmorton, Bernie Fendley, 
Rick Longerich, Walter Wren, Tim Horn. THIRD ROW— Dave Zimmerman, Dwight Meyer, David Rogers, Steve Reed, Bill Ammonette, Mark Piercy, Steve 
Schmidlin, Dick Kingery, Dan Brown, Rick Shadiow. FOURTH ROW— Mike Miller, Dave Piland, Lenny Thornburg, Joe Eaton, Kevin Culley. Rusty Hollenbaugh; 
Phil Sherrill, manager; Jerry Leslie, manager; Hughie Corne, Coach Jerry McLeish, Coach Jim Lynch, Equipment Manager; Coach Jim Arvin, Line Coach; Coach 
Richard Harpold, Coach David Stewart, Head Coach. 



FOOTBALL: 

shadiow named 

city's most 

outstanding kicker 



Quarterback 

linebacker Rick 

Kutche was named 

"Most Valuable 

Player" at the 

annual awards 

banquet. Rick led 

the team in the 

number of tackles 

with 110; second 

to Rick was Mike 

Wieneke with 62. 

Dennis Haygood 

led the field of 

scorers with 7 

touchdowns. 

Rick Shadiow 

kicked 14 

successful extra 

points to 

become the city's 

most outstanding 

kicker. 

Walter Wren 

and Joe Eaton were 

Kutche's best 

receivers, Wren 

with 16 receptions 

for 178 yards and 

Eaton with 13 

completed passes 

for 129 yards. 

In 10 games, 

165 points were 

scored by the 

opposition, and, 

in comparison, 184 

points were scored 

by the Hornets. 



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Jackie Lee 
Jamboree Queen 



Connie Edwards 
Sophomore Candidate 




Debbie Maudlin 
Junior Candidate 



Terrie Medlin 
Junior Candidate 




Terry Sadowicz 
Senior Candidate 



Leslie Leamon 
Senior Candidate 



Running back Mike Throckmorton takes the hand- 
off from Rick Kutche while receiving blocking from 
senior, Tom Summit. 






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Sophomore Walter Wren runs 55 yards for a touchdown against Arlington High 
School. He scored five touchdowns during the past season, and carried the ball 75 
times for a total of 385 yards. 



Kevin Culley makes a run against the Manual Redskins while receiv- 
ing blocking from Mike Wieneke and Rick Kutche. Kevin scored 3 
touchdowns during the season. 






VARSITY FOOTBALL 1970 






Opponent 


Howe 


Tech 


6 


28 


Marshall 


26 


6 


Manual 


7 


14 


Wood 


14 


34 


Broad Ripple 


22 


6 


Arlington 


14 


7 


Northwest 


6 


39 


Warren Central 


21 


25 


Washington 


48 


14 


Attucks 


12 


14 




FOOTBALL: 

freshmen, 

reserve end with 

4 — 5 — 1 records 



A tough schedule 

and a loss of 

players due 

to a series of 

injuries 

accounted for 

the disappointing 

season 

that was 

experienced by 

the Junior 

Varsity 

Football Team. 

Coached by Mr. 

James Arvin, 

the 30 sophomores 

and 5 juniors 

completed the 

season with a 

4 — 5 — 1 record. 

Coach Arvin 

commented that 

guards Dennis 

Brunner and 

John Mann and 

split end 

Louie Saba 

were consistently 

hard players. 

The freshmen 

squad also faced a 

difficult schedule 

and completed 

their season with 

an identical record 

of 4 — 5 — 1. Larry 

McCormick and 

Micky Deane 

were appointed 

co-captains 

of the team. 

Coaches 

Jerry McLeish 

and James 

Lynch named John 

Morgan as the 

best lineman 

and Larry 

McCormick as 

team's best 

back. 

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Dee Anne Trulock Kathleen Fuller 

Football Homecoming Queen Freshman Candidate 





Before the reserve game against Manual, the referee flips a 
coin which decides that Howe's team will receive from its 
opponent. The JV's defeated the Redskins 8 — 6. 



Vicki Plummer Rebecca McCafferty 

Freshman Candidate Sophomore Candidate 




Nancy Collins 
Junior Candidate 



Anna Moore 
Junior Candidate 




L: 

Terry Doan 
Senior Candidate 




Judy Reinken 
Senior Candidate 





RESERVE FOOTBALL 1970 








Opponent 


Howe 




Tech 




8 


8 




Marshall 




6 


22 




Manual 




6 


8 




Wood*. 







2 




Ripple 


1 I 


38 







Arlington 


14 


12 




Northwest 




13 


6 




Warren Central 




24 


18 




Washington 




38 


12 




Attucks 







2 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 1970 








Opponent 


Howe 




Tech 




6 


8 




Marshall 












Manual 




38 


6 


Wood 







38 


Broad Ripple 




18 


6 




Arlington 




22 


12 




Northwest 




12 


6 




Woodview 




28 


20 


Washington 




6 


26 




Attucks 







28 




RESERVE FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW— Jeff Sehr, Dennis Bruner, Danny Ward, Doug Short, Kenny Manson, Marvin Anders, Dave Weatherford, Ray McKim, Mark 
Miller, Louis Saba. SECOND ROW — Rick Strykowski, Tony Matthews, Craig Coverstone, Terry Cala, Rick Evans, Greg Sutton, Larry McCray, Tom Stepp, Frank 
Mackle, Dan Parcel. THIRD ROW — Jim Hermsdoffer, Charles Van Hooser, Wiley Craft, Darrell Brown, Jack Proctor, Dick Kaye, Nick Rogers, Gary Walters, 
Dave Holman, Gary Lauman. FOURTH ROW— John Mann, Bob Stewart, Ron Turner, Phil Love, Steve Lourd, Dan Stewart, Rick Warner, Rick Rogers, Steve Owens, 
Bruce Christenson. FIFTH ROW— David Crouch, Coach Arvin, Pat Smith. In 10 games the opposition scored a total of 144 points in comparison with the Hornets' 
86 points. 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW— Frank Field, Ray Goens, Mike Hinton, Mike Smith, Bill Burtnett, Larry Eggers, Joe Hoff, Steve Harton, Mike Cobb, Pat 
Lepper, Steve Ellis, Jerry Lee. SECOND ROW — Rick Sanders, Andy Robertson, Mike Maddox, Micky Deane, Mark Gardner, Scott Erickson, Tony Saba, Ray 
Hudson, Mike Privette, Steve Windsor, Jeff Boothman, Duane Clark. THIRD ROW— Mark Huff, Rick Walker, Ralph Coonce, Ken Carter, Ron Alexander, Toby 
Lannon, John Morgan, Dave McClellan, Chuck Peterson, Larry Cory, Harold Oklas. FOURTH ROW — Mitch Campbell, Kevin Dodd, Jim Query, Willie Montgomery, 
Don Priest, Jeff Meyer, Daryle Boyd, Jeff Stepanovie, Steve Roberson, Mark Trulock, Harold Bernd. FIFTH ROW — Coach Jim Lynch, Larry Pastrick, Jay Miller, 
Tim Bergdoll, Larry McCormick, Stan Barrow, Doug Priestoff, Ron Renforth, Paul Stoughton, Ray Todd, Coach Jerry McLeish. Each Monday afternoon for ten 
consecutive weeks, a gridiron clash was scheduled for 4 o'clock. 



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During a freshman game against Attucks, a Howe runner evades his 
opponent as he heads for the goal post, making one of the touch- 
downs which led to the 28 — defeat of the Tigers. 



CROSS 

COUNTRY: 

freshmen 

win city 



Howe's Freshman 

Cross Country 

Team defeated 

fourteen teams 

to win the 

City 

Championship 

Meet. The 

Reserves placed 

fifth and 

the Varsity, 

sixth, out 

of fifteen teams 

in the City 

Meet. 

Varsity 

runners had 

one of their 

best years, 

winning all 

but one of their 

dual meets 

and defeating 

eleven teams 

to win the 

Northwest 

Invitational, 

They also placed 

fifth out of 

twenty-one teams 

in the 

Sectionals. 

The Junior Varsity 

enjoyed the 

same success, 

defeating 

forty-eight of 

the seventy-two 

teams they ran, 

Mr. Billy Wood, 

coach of the 

three teams, 

was "pleased 

with 

the runner's 

performances 

and 

particularly 

proud of the 

freshmen, who won 

the City Meet." 




Marsha Allgood 
Reserve Cheerleader 



Lou Ann Baker 
Reserve Cheerleader 




Dede Dobson 
Reserve Cheerleader 



Lou Ann Hubbard 
Reserve Cheerleader 




Nancy Watkins Shawn Whitridge 

Reserve Cheerleader Reserve Cheerleader 




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VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY 1970 




Opponent 


Howe 


Speedway 


29 


28 


Northwest 


29 


26 


Warren Central 


24 


33 


Tech 


21 




Lawrence Central 


40 


61 


Washington 


33 


22 


North Central 


21 




Ben Davis 


46 


56 


Broad Ripple 


40 


19 


Arlington 


41 


20 


Attucks 


50 


15 


JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY 1970 




Opponent 


Howe 


Speedway 


27 


29 


Northwest 


35 


21 


Warren Central 


41 


22 


Tech 


21 


51 


Lawrence Central 


55 




Washington 


40 


19 


Ben Davis 


25 




North Central 


41 


65 


Broad Ripple 


50 


15 


Arlington 


50 


15 


Attucks 


50 


15 


FRESHMAN CROSS-COUNTRY 1970 




Opponent 


Howe 


Speedway 


32 


23 


Belzer 


26 


41 


Tech 


80 


41 


Craig 


90 


41 


Washington 


41 


18 


Eastwood 


29 


26 


Wood 


38 


20 


Wood view 


32 


24 


Creston 


37 


19 



Tom Hicks 
Reserve Cheerleader 



Kim Graeber 

Hornet 



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Howe's Varsity and Reserve Cross Country runners lead members of the 
Ben Davis and North Central squads at the start of the meet. This meet, 
held in Christain Park, was eventually won by the North Central team. 





A. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW— Mike Kinney, Lee 
Bechtel, Randy Burchett, Dan Delay. SECOND ROW— Keith Flowers, Bob 
Stewart, Marc Thomas, Bob Gray, Greg Goodwin, Coach Billy Wood. Mem- 
bers of the varsity team enjoyed a successful season, winning all but 2 of 
their dual meets. 

B. RESERVE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW— Doug McCrea, Dar- 
ryl Raines, Jim Wilbanks, Bobby Griffin, Jeff Griffin, Jerry Laudleman. 
SECOND ROW— Coach Billy Wood, Gary Whitmore, Mike Palmer, Bill Lick- 
ing, Keith Conway, Jeff Edwards. 

C. FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROW— Daryl Raines, Doug 
McCrea, Gary Whitmore, Walter Jewell, Jeff Edwards, Ron Smith. SECOND 
ROW— Coach Billy Wood, Jeff Goddard, Mike Palmer, Bill Licking. Damon 
Monschein, Mike Venne. 



Greg Goodwin, Varsity Cross Country runner, leads two opposing team 
members in a meet with North Central and Ben Davis. Ben Davis won the 
meet which was held at Christian Park. 






BASKETBALL: 

city's leading 

scorer, ellis, 

sets new records 



Posting a very 

respectable 

regular season of 

15 wins and 6 

loses, the varsity 

netmen averaged 

69 points a game 

to gain the 

second best 

season record in 

the city. 

Mr. James Stutz 

again served as 

head coach of the 

Hornets. 

Howe reached the 

top four in the 

City Tourney by 

winning over 

Scecina and 

Marshall before 

losing to 

Shortridge in 

the afternoon 

game at Butler. 

Starting forward 

Tracy Ellis 

broke a total of 

seven school 

records among 

which was most 

points scored 

in one game (44) 

and most points 

scored in 

one season (565). 

He was also the 

city's leading 

scorer with an 

average of 25,7 

points a game. 

In the 

Sectionals at 

Ben Davis, Howe 

suffered a defeat 

in her first game 

against a tough 

Northwest squad 

who lost to Howe 

in the regular 

season 77 to 68. 



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Betty Hunter Judy Neu 

Basketball Homecoming Queen Freshman Candidate 





Tracy Smith Sherri Doughty 

Freshman Candidate Sophomore Candidate 




Craig Reinhardt battles with a Northwest Pioneer for posses- 
sion of the ball. Bob Harton and Dan Brown watch the action. 



During the season's first game against Marshall, Jim DeFur, 
Bob Harton, Tracy Ellis, and Tom Boyd wait for a rebound. 



Linda Wheeler 
Sophomore Candidate 



Vera Wall 
Junior Candidate 




Jeanie Elsey 
Senior Candidate 



Beverly Schroering 
Senior Candidate 





VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Kevin Culley, Tom Boyd, Leonard Thornburg, Bill Lessaris, Tracy Ellis, Dan Brown, Jim Green. SECOND ROW 
—Brian Berger, Jim Byrne, Bob Harton, Craig Reinhardt, Jim DeFur, Dave Rogers, Coach Jim Stutz. Mr. Stutz obtained the distinction of having served as active 
head coach longer than any other person in Marion County by making this his thirteenth year at Howe. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 1971 










Opponent 


Howe 




Marshall 






55 


52 




Arlington 






61 


68 




Greeficastle 






58 


66 




Greenfield 






71 


58 




Beech Grove 






66 


75 




Lawrence 






58 


72 




Broad Ripple 






70 


66 




, Shelbyville 






49 


55 




Franklin Central 






66 


68 




Southport 






64 


75 




Tech 






93 


80 


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Scecina 






64 


75 




Northwest 






68 


77 




Wood 






77 


80 




Washington 






77 


72 




Manual 






64 


66 




Warren Central 






44 


51 




Bloomington University 




64 


90 






CITY TOURNEY 








Scecina 






66 


83 




Marshall 






53 


64 




Shortridge 






76 


62 






SECTIONAi 








Northwest 






70 


65 






One of the pre-game activities of basketball games is for members 
of both teams to get acquainted. Starting guard Tom Boyd shakes 
hands with two of the Greenfield Cougars. 



BASKETBALL: 

reserve team 

experiences results 

from substituting 



Coach Dave 
Stewart's policy 
of substituting 
players on the 
Reserve Basketball 
Team enabled most 
of the players to 
mark time on the 
court. Starting 
lineup for the 
team consisted of 
netmen Bob Maffett, 
Joe Heidelman, 
Dave Bishop, Louis 
Saba, and Mark 
Roembke. 
The Freshman 
Basketball Team 
had a record of 
5 wins in 14 games. 
Although the 
freshmen were 
inexperienced, 
Coach Bob Mitchell 
said that many of 
the team members 
were "potential var- 
sity material". 
Outstanding first 
year men were 
Larry McCormick, 
Scott Erickson, 
Tim Bergdoll, 
Rusty Eads, and 
Tony Saba 



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Maria Hagans 
Freshman Cheerleader 



Sue Matthews 
Freshman Cheerleader 







Judy Neu 
Freshman Cheerleader 



Shelly Summit 
Freshman Cheerleader 




Saundra Thomas Mary Wood 

Freshman Cheerleader Freshman Cheerleader 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1970-71 





Opponent 


Howe 


Wood 


54 


49 


Creston 


48 


39 


Scecina 


55 


41 


Woodview 


50 


39 


Marshall 


42 


39 


Chatard 


27 


44 


Attucks 


54 


50 


Northwest 


30 


57 


Shortridge 


53 


39 


Cathedral 


65 


41 


Washington 


48 


56 


Broad Ripple 


64 


52 


Tech 


54 


50 


Manual 


46 


45 





RESERVE BASKETBALL 1970-71 



Marshall 


Opponent 
41 


Howe 
34 


Arlington 
Greencastle 


32 

56 


43 
46 


Greenfield 


35 


40 


Beech Grove 


39 


43 


Lawrence 


30 


28 


Broad Ripple 
Shelbyville 
Franklin Central 


62 
53 
34 


56 
42 
49 


Southport 
Tech 


51 
50 


34 
42 


Scecina 


54 


45 


Shortridge 
Northwest 


49 
57 


41 
51 



Wood 
Washington 



51 
58 




44 
28 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Glen Allgood, Daryl Boyd, Tony Saba, Greg Cooper, Mark Hancock, Harry Boillat, Mike Harman, Dale Hartley, 
Russ Eads, Larry McCormick. SECOND ROW — Tim Bergdoll, Jeff McGuire, Mark Gardner, Allen Mosiman, Dan Carter, Scott Erickson, Steve Robertson, Rick 
Sanders, Jim Stanborough, Bill Smith. Mr. Mitchell said, "The season was disappointing but not discouraging." 




RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Keith Conway, Louis Saba, Dan Delay, Jeff Pollom, Mark Roembke, Ron Lawson. SECOND ROW— Coach Dave 
Stewart, Dick Kingery, Dave Bishop, Bob Maffett, Dave Knuth, Joe Heidleman. Coach Dave Stewart said that "Howe's reserve netters have the outstanding 
characteristics of hustle and desire" and that "the team made its best showing against Shortridge during the City Tourney." 



WRESTLING: 

freshmen have 

second winning 

season 



Wiley Craft 

was the 

Varsity Wrestling 

Team's leading 

scorer, while 

John Boosinger 

was best 

in tournaments. 

John placed second 

in the City 

Tournament 

and fourth in the 

Sectionals. 

LThe team's record 
of 0—10 was 
plagued by a long 
list of injuries. 
The six man 
Reserve Wrestling 
Team had a 
1 — 9 record. 
Duane Smoot 
took the 132-pound 
City Championship 
title for the 
team. Bob Stuart 
placed 4th in the 
city competition. 
Bob was also 
the team's 
leading scorer 
with 27 points. 
The Freshman 
Wrestling 
Team had its 
second consecutive 
winning season 
in the school's 
history, with a 
5 — 3 record for the 
1970-71 season. 
Jim Mackell was 
the team's leading 
scorer with 7 1 
points, next 
was Mike Hinton 
with 51. Ninety- 
eight pound Jim 
Mackell was also 
Freshman City 
Champion. 




RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW— Bobby Griffith, manager, Terry DeBoo, Rick Evans, Ron Turner. SECOND 
ROW— Rick Longerich, Ron Bennett, Bob Stuart. NOT PICTURED: Duane Smoot, who wrestled with both Varsity and 
Reserve Teams, and Bob Freeman, who was next to Bob Stuart in scoring and was team captain. 




VARSITY WRESTLING 1970-71 





Opponent 


Howe 


Marshall 


30 


10 


Cathedral 


31 


15 


Chatard 


32 


6 


Broad Ripple 


25 


23 


Northwest 


29 


16 


Tech 


26 


19 


Washington 


23 


20 


Manual 


35 


11 


Arlington 


33 


10 


Lawrence Central 


30 


19 


FRESHMAN WRESTLING 1970-71 




Attucks 


5 


53 


Woodview 


45 


15 


Cathedral 


32 


16 


Broad Ripple 


15 


41 


Marshall 


33 


12 


Manual 


18 


27 


Chatard 


19 


23 


Scecina 


23 


27 


Howe Invitational 


4th place 





Varsity wrestler Greg Burton prepares to put in a 
cradle in order to pin his Tech High School oppo- 
nent. Tech won the meet. 



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VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW— Bobby Griffith, manager; Steve Owens, Greg Burton, Jim Mackell, Terry Cala, Mark Mosher, Fred Covert, Dwayne 
Smoot. SECOND ROW— Joe Quinn, Kevin Houpert, Ralph Piercy, Pat Smith, Mark Piercy, John Mann, John Boosinger, Jack Proctor. NOT PICTURED: Mike 
Simmons, Wiley Craft. Junior Greg Burton, an exceptional varsity wrestler, was the only matman to wrestle in all the meets. 







FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW— Jim Whitlock, Jim Mackell, John Kingsbury, Barry Wright, Leonard Stone, Mike Smith, Bob Williams, Chuck 
Peterson, John Braun. SECOND ROW— Coach Jim Arvin, Mike Hinton, Jay Miller, Jim Query, Jeff Stepanovich, Ken Carter, Mike Privette, Pat Lepper. Kevin 
Dodd, Coach Mark Sutton. Jeff Stepanovich was voted the 1970-71 team captain by his teammates. 



TRACK: 

juniors spur 

cindermen to 

winning year 



Hornet varsity 
cindermen 
compiled a 
winning score 
roster 
for 1970 
by defeating 
eleven of nineteen 
opponents. 
Senior 
Gary Hubbard 
was elected by 
the twenty-one 
man team to be 
captain. 
Senior Mike Adams 
earned the 
"Most Valuable 
Player 
Award" for his 
outstanding 
performances at 
all of the meets. 
Together with 
Randy Deane and 
Garry Hodge, 
Gary and Mike 
won the 
880-yard relay 
trophy in the 
Arlington 
Invitational Meet. 
At that same 
meet, Howe 
placed second 
by defeating 
four local 
high schools 
and being 
surpassed 
by only 
Lawerance 
Central. 
The 1971 
Varsity Track Team 
had over 
three-quarters 
of its members 
return for 
spring 
competition. 

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Mike Adams throws his arms and legs forward in an 
effort to gain valuable inches in the broad jump. He 
participated in 6 events. 




Sophomore cinderman Jim Defur displays good form as he 
clears the high jump bar in practice. Freshman and 
sophomore track men are valuable to future teams. 




VARSITY TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW-Ronald Bennett, Dan DeLay, Randy Burchett, ^ul Gerzon, Lee Bechtel I Robert 
Gray Jim Defur SECOND ROW-Jim Byrne, Tracy Ellis, Steve Owens, Mike Adams, Don Hyf.ekl, Joe tasterday, m Ke 
f ockmorton Joe Beeler, Gary Rash.THIRD ROW-Coach Robert Mitchell Robert ^Stewart ohr ;*£*«£ 
Balsbaugh, Gary Hubbard, Gary Hodge, Randy Deane, Greg Goodw.n, Coach Billy Wood. Each of the three coaches 
specialized in either sprinting, distance running, or field events. 




Senior Gary Hubbard has taken the lead from two Manual runners over the first of the high hurdles. Gary also ran the 880-yard relay and the low hurdles. 
As in previous years, Gary excelled in the high hurdles more than in any other event. He was able to run them in a blazing time of 15.6 at this meet when 
Howe won by a score of 86 to 32. 



Garry Hodge edges out an Attucks runner in the quarter mile. Garry was very ver- 
satile, running the 100 and 220 yard dashes and both relays. Though injured in 
mid-season, Garry finished the year with a good record. 










VARSITY TRACK 1970 




Opponent 
Marshall 44 


Howe 
74 


Cathedral 


64 


54 


Speedway 
Beech Grove 


47 
37 


62 


Broad Ripple 


60 




Columbus 
Washington 


58 
66 


58 


Attucks 


55 k 


63 


Wood ! 
Shortridge 


» l % 42 1/2 


Manual 


32 


86 


Scecina 


25 


93 


Arlington 
Franklin 


54 
32 


58 



TRACK: 

freshmen set 

city mile-relay 

record at 3:45.4 






Setting several 

new school records 

and compiling 

very successful 

seasons were the 

Freshmen and 

Reserve Track 

Teams. Track, 

building agility 

and muscular 

coordination, has 

long been a highly 

competitive 

sport. 

Howe's Freshmen 

Track Team ended 

the season with a 

3 — — 1 record. 

In the City 

Championship, it 

placed second in a 

field of 1 7 teams. 

Setting a 

new city record 

for the mile relay 

in 3:45.4 were 

Darrel Brown, Bob 

Gary, Keith 

Flowers, and Dick 

Kaye. Bob Gray set 

two new school 

records for the 

mile-run, 4:46.9, 

and the 880, 

2:05.9. Another 

school record was 

set in the 440 by 

Dick Kaye in 55.6 

seconds. Many of 

the freshmen also 

completed on the 

Junior Varsity 

Squad. The JV's 

compiled a 

successful record 

of 12 wins and 2 

losses. Coaching 

the teams 

were Mr. Billy 

Vood and Mr. Bob 

Mitchell. 

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RESERVE TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW— Alan Peters, Mike Kinney, Terry DeBoo, Ron Clontz, Bobby Griffin, Jim Williams. 
SECOND ROW— Karl Schieffer, Bill Collins, Wiley Craft, Mike Norris, Jeff Sehr, Keith Flowers, Dick Kaye. THIRD ROW 
— Coach Bob Mitchell, Dave Holman, Alan Kemp, Bob Freeman, Rick Shadiow, Dennis Bruner, Jim Noxon, Coach Billy 
Wood. 



Dick Kaye, freshman anchorman for the mile relay team, 
shows physical determination as he reaches the end of his 
city record-breaking run. 




Attucks 
Cathedral 

Arlington 

Perry Central 

City Charnpionship 



Second Place 






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FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW— Allan Peters, Mike Kinney, Terry DeBoo, Darrell Brown, Ron Clentz, Bobby Griffin, Jim Williams. SECOND ROW— 
Lee Bechtal, Karl Schieffer, Bill Collins, Wiley Craft, Mike Norris, Jeff Sehr, Keith Flowers, Dick Kaye. THIRD ROW— Coach Bob Mitchell, Dave Holman, Paul 
Gerzon, Jim Noxon, Bob Gray, Dennis Bruner, Joe Beeler, Coach Billy Wood. 





Joe Beeler, freshman, keeps momentum as he releases the shot put in one of the most 
strenuous of all events. Becoming a good shot putter requires a strong arm and much 
concentration. 



BASEBALL: 

varsity team 

experiences 

winning season 




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This year's Varsity 

Baseball Team, 

led by 

Captain Mark 

Miller compiled 

a winning record 

of ten wins in 

nineteen starts. 

Howe's team' 

won seven of 

their first nine 

games using 

the experience 

of returning 

lettermen 

Gary Evans, 

Bill Fleener, 

Ray Leach, 

Mark Miller, 

Bill Smoot, 

and Lenny 

Thornburg. 

Starting pitcher 

Larry Scharborough 

had a 5 — 5 

season while 

only Russ 

Hollenbaugh had 

a perfect 

pitching record 

of 2—0. 

Together, Howe's 

pitchers struckout 

117 opponents 

and gave up 

an average of 

three 

runs per game. 

The team's leading 

hitter was 

Miller with a 

365 average. 

The leading 

scorer was 

Tom Boyd, 

Mark was 

chosen "Most 

uabfe Player" and 

Ray Leach received 

the "Best Mental 

Attitude" award. 

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In a game against Tech, the umpire, intent on his 
job, keeps count of the number of strikes made by 
the batter. 








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In the last inning, a Howe batter nervously awaits 
the pitch that will determine the outcome of the 
varsity game. 



Larry Scarborough winds up a pitch, determined to strike out 
the opposing batter for a Hornet victory in the game against 
Scecina. 




VARSITY BASEBALL: FRONT ROW— Brad Romeril, Gary Ellis, Steve Christenberry, Lenny Thornburg, Ken Flynn, Tom Boyd, Mark Miller. SECOND ROW— Ray 
Leach, Dennis Chapman, Gary Evans, Larry Scarborough, Bill Fleenor, Bill Smoot, Mike Becher, Russ Hollenbaugh, Coach Dick Patterson. Coach Spears initiated 
a new award, "Mr. Versatility," which was given to Craig Reinhardt. 




VARSITY BASEBALL 1970 








Opponent 


Howe 


Scecina 









3 


Latin School 






3 


7 


Lawrence Central 









7 


Carmel 
Tech 




V| 


6 
3 


7 
4 


Crispus Attucks 






4 


10 


Southport 






2 


1 


Broad Ripple 






1 


4 


Warren 






4 


3 


Northwest 






2 


1 


Marshall 






7 


2 


Chatard 






6 


3 


Ben Davis 






3 


2 


Ritter 






1 





Chatard 






6 


9 


Wood 






6 


20 


Roncalli 









6 


Manual 






2 


1 


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Larry Scarborough struck out 23 opponents and yielded only 4 runs 
in the 22 innings he pitched. Consequently, he has been called the 
most outstanding pitcher of the team in many years. 



BASEBALL: 

freshman, j.v. 

have high batting 

averages 



Howe's 1970 

Freshman Baseball 

Team was coached 

by Mr.David 

Miller. The team 

season of 2 — 3 was 

plagued by several 

rainouts. 

Exceptional 

batters were Mark 

Piercy with an 

average of .470 

and Gary Snell who 

had a .417 

average. According 

to Coach Miller, 

Ron Lawson and 

Mark Lauer were 

the leading 

pitchers. 

Howe's Reserve 

Team finished 

with a record of 

8 — 4. Jim Combs 

had 

the highest 

batting average 

with a .533. 

Coach Errol Spears 

named Bob Gott, 

Randy Evans, and 

Ricky Wysong as 

other strong 

batters. The most 

outstanding 

infielders were 

Jim Green and 

Louie Saba, 

Craig Reinhardt 

was named 

Mr. Versatility 

by Coach Spears. 

Randy Patee 

was the most 

outstanding 

pitcher with an 

individual record 

of 4—2. 

Strong batters and 

exceptional 

pitching led to a 

winning season. 

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FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Gary Snell, Terry Cala, Dennis Walters, Mark Roembke, Mike Cobb, Jeff 
Pollom.SECOND ROW— Greg Anderson, Kelly Beck, Mark Lauer, Craig Coverstone, Stanley Ford, Gary Boyd. THIRD 
ROW— Mike Landwer, Tony Matthews, Mark Piercy, Joe Beeler, Danny Ward. FOURTH ROW— Coach David Miller, Ron 
Lawson, Frank Mackel, Jim Silvers, Dick Kaye. The team had a batting average of .246. 



In the game against Northwest, freshman batter Frank Mackel 
anxiously awaits the pitch. In 5 games, Frank batted in 3 runs 
and scored 6. 






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Jim Green and Bob Gott trap a Broad Ripple player between 3rd. 
base and home plate. Jim Green catches the quick toss from the 
catcher to make an out. 




RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW— Jim Green, Rus Safaraty, Dennis West, Terrie Maddox, Rick Wysong, Terry Roth, Randy Evans, Louie Saba, Dwayne 
Smoot. SECOND ROW— Don Engleking, Manager, Randy Patee, Jim Holmes, Jim Combs, Craig Reinhardt, Bob Maffet, Bob Gott, Ralph Piercy, Jim Jule, Coach 
Errol Spears. The Reserve Baseball Team had a batting average of .316. 



TENNIS: 

team earns city 

championship for 

second year 










Coach Ron 

inkbiner's Spring 

Tennis Team 

won the city 

tournament with 49 

points. Runner-up 

Scecina had 

45 points in what 

was Howe's biggest 

tennis victory in 

many years. Four 

of the singles and 

both doubles teams 

made the finals. 

Abe Cardwell 

and Tim Smith won 

their singles 

matches and then 

combined to win 

a doubles final. 

Paul Thomas, 

Phil Coffin, and 

George Cooper also 

placed well. 

Howe's young fall 

team placed second 

in sectional 

play. First 

team doubles was 

composed of 

Charles Scott 

and Jeff Flowers, 

who reached the 

semi-finals. Mark 

Mosher and Stanley 

Ford participated 

in the second team 

doubles. 

Playing one of the 

singles was Kevin 

Scheib. Paul 

Thomas won the 

singles and 

progressed to the 

state semi-finals 

at Pike. Though 

Paul lost, he was 

the first tennis 

player in Howe's 

history to reach 

e final matches. 



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TENNIS 1970 








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Opponent 


Howe 


Wood 





7 


Franklin Central 





7 


Tech 





4 


Broad Ripple 


1 


6 


Attucks 





7 


Manual 





7 


Scecina 


3 1/2 


3 1/2 


Ben Davis 


1 


6 


Warren Central 





7 


Arlington 


4 


3 


Roncalli 





7 


Marshall 


1 


6 


Cathedral 


1 


6 




Paul Thomas, number one one the tennis squad, has compiled 
a record of 48 wins and 6 losses in his three years at Howe. 




FALL TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW— Charles Scott, Paul Thomas, Jeff Flowers. BACK ROW— Coach Ron Finkbiner, 
Kevin Scheib, Stanley Ford, Mark Mosher. Howe's experienced fall team shows promise for the next season with the 
addition of Mark Mosher and Kevin Scheib. 



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SPRING TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW— Paul Thomas, George Cooper, Abe Cardwell, Tim Smith, Phil Coffin. BACK ROW— Coach Ron Finkbiner, Charles Scott, 
manager John Boosinger, Jeff Flowers. "Depth and talent were chief factors in our success," said Coach Finkbiner. The Hornets posted a 14—1 — 1 season 
on their way to winning the city title. 





Junior Charles Scott works to improve his form. He played on the 
first team doubles in the sectionals last fall, and should be a valuable 
asset next year. 



Abe Cardwell, returning a fore-hand, plays number three for the Hornets. Abe won 
the city championship as a junior and again as a senior. Many an opponent cringes 
at the sight of the 6'3" Cardwell. 



GOLF: 

experience was 

crucial item for 

successful season 



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With five of the 
six varsity golf 
players returning 
for the 1970 
season, the 
linksmen opened 
the new decade 
with a 10—2 
record. Coach 
Richard McLeish 
of the Industrial 
Arts Department 
filled in the 
position left by 
Mr. Don Evans. 
Suffering defeats 
to only Northwest 
and Warren in 
their scheduled 
matches, the 
golfmen placed 
second in the 
Sectionals and 
fifth in the City. 
Individually, 
Bruce Bottom 
placed fourth in 
the Sectionals 
shooting a 75. 
The golf team 
elected Dave 
Martin to serve as 
its captain. 
Receiving the 
sportsmanship 
award was "Happy" 
Personett, and 
voted most- 
valuable-player 
was Bruce Bottom. 
The 1971 squad 
was minus 
four of the 
varsity players 
because of 
graduation. 
Dan Richardson 
and Jeff Moore 
were the 
only returning 
lettermen. 

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GOLF TEAM: FRONT ROW— Dave Martin, Bruce Bottom, Randy Personett. BACK ROW— Mike Sanders, Gary Barnard, 
Jeff Moore, Bruce Miller, Dan Richardson. Not pictured is Coach Richard McLeish. Posting a team score of 225 points, 
the linksmen reached their low total against Wood H.S. which had 323. 



The golf shot is basically composed of three parts, the back- 
swing, the down-swing (as demonstrated by Bruce Bottom), 
and the follow-through. 




Bruce Bottom firmly strokes the ball. This is an 
important part of golf since half of the score usually 
comes from the greens. 












VARSITY GOLF 1970 





Opponent 


Howe 


Northwest 


8 1/2 


3 1/2 


Scecina 


4 1/2 


7 1/2 


Broad Ripple 


3 1/2 


8 1/2 


Washington 


1 1/2 


10 1/2 


Tech 


4 


8 


Arlington 


3 1/2 


8 1/2 


Attucks 





12 


Warren 


8 


4 


Shortridge 


2 


10 


Manual 


1 1/2 


10 1/2 


Wood 





12 


Chatard 


2 


6 



Jeff Moore tries his hand at putting on a fairway at the Pleasant Run Golf Course. A 
wood or an iron would be a more common selection since they will usually give more 
distance. 







Senior Dave Martin begins his follow-through on a wedge shot which can be seen climbing its way up towards the elevated ninth green. After carefully surveying 
his lie and his path to the green, Dave has decided that it would be much easier to chip the ball underneath the low hanging branches rather than flying the 
ball through a small opening and chancing his shot being deflected by one of the limbs. 




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Adjusting 

to a larger 

school, hunting 

for lockers, 

and not disclosing 

insecurity 

to upperclassmen 

were all 

problems facing 

freshmen. 

Sophomores, 

enthusiastic of 

no longer being 

the youngest 

class, began 

the trend of 

writing term 

papers and 

received their 

class rings. 

Juniors 

experienced the 

frustrations 

of college 

entrance 

examinations and 

of raising 

enough money 

for their 

prom. 

Anticipation 

mounted 

for a senior year 

filled with 

numerous 

activities 

which created 

class unity 

and loyalty. 



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FRESHMEN: 

largest class to 

enter howe has new 

diploma plan 

Size was a freshman 

problem! The largest class 

ever to enter Howe 

found its 370 girls and 

350 boys in the midst of 

a locker shortage with 

some instances 

of three and four 

students sharing the same 

locker. 

Miss Maryon Welch, 

freshman counselor, 

and orientation teachers 

attempted to guide 

each student into courses 

which satisfy their 

individual goals. 

A new diploma plan was 

begun this year — 

one 

which dropped 

the academic, general, 

vocational, and fine and 

practical arts 

program designation. 

Becoming a part of the life 

at Howe, freshman 

elected represenatives to 

the Student Council 

and nominated candidates 

for the Homecoming Queens, 

Jamboree Queen, and the 

Turnabout Twirl. 

Freshman football, 

basketball, wrestling, and 

track, started many 

boys toward a 

four year career of 

athletics. After school 

clubs geared specifically 

for the freshmen 

such as the Subset Club 

aided in extending the 

learning 

process. 

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Freshman Cheerleaders for the 1971 season were Susie Matthews, Shelly Summit, Judy Neu, Saundra Thomas, an< 
Mary Wood. The girls were chosen by a group composed of 6 Varsity Cheerleaders, 6 teachers, and 6 Student Counc 
representatives, who judged the girls on gymnastic skills and enthusiasm. 



Freshman Kim Graber was chosen Hornet for the athleti 
season by P.E. teacher Miss Janice Brown and the Varsit 
Cheerleaders. 




Freshmen leave the auditorium after listening to 
various faculty members speak on subjects of stu- 
dent interest. 







TOP ROW— Debra Abel, Lisa Adams, Steve Adkins, Ronald Alex- 
ander, Dave Allee, Glen Allgood, Corinne Amadio. SECOND ROW 
— Teresa Amanette, Karen Anderson, Patty Arnold, Pam Asher, 
Kim Attebury, Denise Austin, Michael Back. THIRD ROW— Terri 
Bailey, James Bakemier, Keith Baker, Janice Ball, Jimmie Barger, 
Marsha Barker, Delphin Barnhard. FOURTH ROW— Stanley Bar- 
row, Bryan Baskin, Vivian Bastion, Bill Baue, Diana Baugh, Gayle 
Becher, Nancy Beechler. FIFTH ROW— Mary Beem, Donna 
Belcher, A. Kay Bell, Steve Bennett, Tim Bergdoll, Harold Bernd, 
Bill Berry. SIXTH ROW— Joanna Bienz, Joseph Billerman, Sheila 
Billingsley, Terry Boardman, Janet Boger, Earlene Bogie, Harry 
Biollat. SEVENTH ROW— Vickie Bolin, Roy Bolton, Jeff Booth- 
man, Gloria Bouchonnet, Patricia Bowers, Jerry Bowman, Daryle 
Boyd. EIGHTH ROW— Dorothy Bradley, John Braun, Debra Bray, 
Gregg Bredensteiner, Linda Breeder, Mark Brewer, Jerry 
Bridges. NINTH ROW— Curtis Brinkmann, Nancy Brinegar, Rene 
Bristow, David Britt, Tracey Britt, Linda Bromstrup, Lee Anne 
Brooks. 




ROW — Bary Brown, Bridgette Brown, Judith Brown, Julie Brown, Mi- 
chele Brown, Pamela Brown, Ronald Brown, Debra Bruce. SECOND ROW 
—John Bruce, Michelle Bruce, Rosalie Bruce, Cynthia Bryan, Judy Bryan, 
Joretta Bryant, Vicky Burgess, Kitty Burke. THIRD ROW— Bill Burtnett, 
Percy Bush, Kathleen Butler, Patricia Caldwell, Terri Callaway, Micky Camp- 
bell, LouAnn Caporale, Steve Carius. FOURTH ROW— Sandra Carl, Curtis 
Carlson, David Carr, Cindy Carter, Dan Carter, Daniel Carter, Jimmy Carter, 
Kama Carter. FIFTH ROW— Kenneth Carter, Dave Cassidy, John Castetter, 
Michael Catron, Linda Cavanaugh, Arthur Cave, Barbara Chaillaux, Cathy 
Chancellor. SIXTH ROW— Joel Chandler, Susan Chandler, Earl Chavender, 
Charles Christie, Tina Cherry, Tom Christenberry, Thomas Chroniak, Vicki 
Clapper. SEVENTH ROW— Duane Clark, Mike Clark, Rick Clemens, Dorothy 
Clontz, Mary Cobb, Michael Cobb, William Cobb, David Coe. EIGHTH ROW 
— Brad Coglan, Dianna Cohee, Terry Cole, Cathy Cooper, Greg Cooper, 
Ralph Coonce, Jim Corman, Larry Cory. NINTH ROW— Jeff Cotterman, 
Mary Cowherd, Nick Cridlin, Sheryl Cripe, Roxann Criswell, John Crites, 
David Crocker, Linda Crosby. 




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class of '74 

experiences locker 

overcrowdedness 




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TOP ROW— Bev Cross, David 
Crouch, Terri Cullen, Mike dish- 
ing. SECOND ROW— Donna Cuz- 
zort, Mary Daniels, Cynthia Davis, 
Edith Davis. THIRD ROW— Nancy 
Davis, Georgia Day, Janet Deal, 
Michael Deane. FOURTH ROW— 
Mike Deer, Corina DeHerdt, Lewis 
Demaree, Robert Demaree. FIFTH 
ROW— Donna Denny, Tim Dillon, 
Jerry Dininger, Steve Doan. 





TOP ROW— John Doane, Kevin Dodd, Larry 
Doe, Sherri Doody, Terri Doughty. SECOND 
ROW— Jim Dowell, Jeff Downey, Debra 
Doyle, Eddie Droeger, Kathy DuBecky. 
THIRD ROW— Liz Durham, Rhonda Durham, 
Russell Eads, Patricia Eaton, Robert 
Echolds. FOURTH ROW— Jeff Edwards, 
Vanessa Edwards, Larry Eggers, Rita Elias, 
Terri Elliott. FIFTH ROW— Steve El'is, 
Wanda Elsey, Peggy Endicott, Scott Erick- 
son, Beverly Erlenbaugh. SIXTH ROW— Gle- 
nya Etheridge, Judy Eubanks, David Evans, 
Richard Evans, Sheree Everhart. SEVENTH 
ROW — Marcie Featherston, Jean Ferguson, 
Chris Fiddler, Frank Field, Charlene Flechsig. 
EIGHTH ROW— Rickey Fleenor, Michael 
Flick, Rhonda Floyd, Joyce Flynn, Sherry 
Foster. NINTH ROW— Joy Freathy, Rick 
Freeman, Kathy Fuller, Sherry Gamble, 
Ronda Gammon. 





TOP ROW — Douglas Gann, Diana Gannon, Thomas'Ga- 
rard, Mark Gardner, Bryan Garwood, Vicki Gause. SEC- 
OND ROW — Teresa Gearld, James Gearns, Katherine 
Gibson, Laura Gibson, Pamela Gillum, Sharie Gish. 
THIRD ROW— Lisa Gissara, Carla Goddard, Jeff God- 
dard, Raymond Goens, Tony Gomez, Paul Goodin. 
FOURTH ROW— Kathleen Gootee, James Gossett, Kim 
Graeber, Sherri Grandison, Darlene Graves, Pam Gray. 
FIFTH ROW — Teresa Green, Tom Gregory, Donna Grif- 
fin, Leslie Griffith, Ralph Gumerson, Shanna Haden. 
SIXTH ROW— Deborah Haganman, Harold Haines, Joy 
Hall, Sue Hall, Carol Hamilton. Cynthia Hancock. SEV- 
ENTH ROW— Mark Hancock, Cheryl Hanlon, Debbie 
Hannah, Pam Hardwick, Clayton Hardy, Fred Harkins. 
EIGHTH ROW— Bill Harlan, Orie Harold, Karen Harri- 
gan, Becky Hart, Marie Hartle, Dale Hartley. NINTH 
ROW — Steve Harton, Frank Hasseld, Jennifer Haste, 
Kristi Hawkins, Nancy Hayes, Sharron Haygood. 




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TOP ROW— Suzanne Hedrick, Debbie Heidelman, Cathy Hench, Sherrie 
Henry, Don Henson, Jeffrey Henson, Sandy Herren, Jesse Herzbert. SEC- 
OND ROW— Rita High, Mary Hild, Joe Hill, James Hills, Michael Hinton, Gail 
Hipsher, Beverly Hire, Dale Hodge. THIRD ROW— Ronnie Hodge, Joseph 
Hoff, Roger Hoke, Terry Holland, Weida Hollenbeck, Doug Hon, Patricia 
Hopkins, Alan Horner. FOURTH ROW— Linda Howard, Barbara Hubbard, 
Daniel Hudelson, Ray Hudson, Mark Huff, Georgia Hughes, Gerald Hull, 
Darrell Humphrey. FIFTH ROW— Robert Hunt, Larry Hutcheson, Terry 
Hutchinson, Harry Hutton, Robert Jackson, Ronald Jackson, Susie Jern, 
Walter Jerrell. SIXTH ROW— Douglas Johnson, Judy Johnson, Pamela 
Johnson, Teresa Johnson, Tommie Johnson, Roland Jolly, Gary Jones, 
Debbie Kaylor. SEVENTH ROW— Wanda Keel, Steven Kerkhoff, John Kel- 
ley, Sarah Kelley, Gary Kempe, Nathan Kennett, Beverlee Kenworthy. 
Glenna Kilburn. EIGHTH ROW— Yvonne Kimes, Debra King, Marsha King, 
Sandy King, John Kingsbury, Mark Kinney, Kevin Kirby, Pamela Kink. 
NINTH ROW— Kathy Kitcoff, Stephen Kleber, Richard Koertge, Paul Korak, 
Randy Kord, Jane Koschka, Helen Kostanides, Peggy Lamb. 



A. Freshman girls learn to develop balance, poise, and gracefulness in 
Physical Education classes. 

B. Accompanying girls' gym classes, Mrs. Margaret Sifferlen plays vari- 
ous tunes for exercise and dance. She has been with the Physical Educa- 
tion Department for 29 years. 



FRESHMEN: 

orientation classes 

complete 

four-year programs 





TOP ROW— Lisa Lane, Toby Lan- 
non, Shirley Largent.Alan Larison. 
SECOND ROW— William Lauck, 
Glenn Lawson, Joe Leek, James 
Lee. THIRD ROW— Jerry Lee, 
Karen Lee, Kathy Lee, Kristie 
Legg. FOURTH ROW— Mindy 
LeMay, Steve Leonard, Patrick 
Lepper, Bill Licking. FIFTH ROW 
— Ray Lobb, John Locke, Becky 
Long, Patty Long. 





TOP ROW— Vincent Long, Maria Louden, 
Claudia Lucas, John Luedeman, Sandy Lut- 
trell. SECOND ROW— James Mackell, Mi- 
cheal Maddox, Elwin Mahan, Carmel Mahler, 
Randy Maier. THIRD ROW— Connie Man- 
drell, Karen Manley, Kim Manley, Mindy 
Mansfield, Russell Marcum. FOURTH ROW 
— Kim Marendt, Mary Marko, Debbie Mar- 
row, Edna Marshall, Charles Martin. FIFTH 
ROW— Jim Martin, Pam Martin, Robert Mar- 
tin, Ronald Martin, Patricia Masters. SIXTH 
ROW— Bob Matthews, Susan Matthews, 
John Mathis, Beth Mattingly, Brenda Max- 
well. SEVENTH ROW— Billy May, Gayle 
McCallister, Bob McClain, Deborah 
McCleerey, Dave McClellan. EIGHTH ROW— 
Larry McCormick, Pat McCotter, Douglas 
McCrae, David McCreary, Mike McCurdy. 
NINTH ROW— John McDowell, Donald 
McFadyen, Jeff McGuire, Cheri McKee, 
Rosemary McKim. 




A. Freshman Daniel Moeller concentrates on setting type dur- 
ing his Printing I class. 

B. Enthusiastic freshmen experience their first pep assembly 
held in the gym at the start of the basketball season. Basket- 
ball players were introduced preceding a mock game. 



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TOP ROW— Patricia McPherson, Richard McPherson, Laura 
McQueen, Thomas Medcalfe, William Megnin, Dennis Merriman, 
Connie Metcalf . SECOND ROW— Jeff Meyer, Kathy Meyer, Karen 
Milby, Russell Miles, Diana Miller, Jay Miller, Patsy Miller. THIRD 
ROW— Barney Mittendorf, Dan Moeller, Susan Montgomery, Wil- 
liam Montgomery, Damon Monschein, Paul Moore, Debbie Mor- 
gan. FOURTH ROW— John Morgan, Mary Jane Morris, Toney 
Morris, Sharon Mosby, Steven Mosier, Allen Mosiman, Amy 
Mueller. FIFTH ROW— Mark Muir, Terry Mullins, Carmen Mur- 
phy, Mary Myers, Ronald Myrick, Ralph Narmore, Judi Neu. 
SIXTH ROW— Francis New, Teri Newhausel, Dale Nicholson, Da- 
vid Nicholson, Marc Nicholson, Maureen Nickolaus, Jeanne 
Nidey. SEVENTH ROW— Kay Niedenthal, Pam Noe, Larry Norris, 
Theodore Nottingham, Rosalind Nuckols, Debra Oldham, Denise 
Oliver. EIGHTH ROW— Marlene Orr, Susan Orr, Thomas Ott, 
Debby Owen, Bill Owensby, Mike Palmer, Pam Palmer. NINTH 
ROW— Bill Parker, Warren Parman, Larry Pastrick, Patricia Rios, 
Harold Pauley, Woody Payne, Kevin Peacock. 




















TOP ROW— -Connie Perkinson, Karen Peters, Clark Peterson, Sandra Peter- 
son, Randy Phillips, Rayetta Pierce, David Pierson, Deborah Pigman. SEC- 
OND ROW— Vicki Plummer, Terry Pollard, Debbie Povonder, Charles 
Presti, Debbie Pridemore, John Prieshoff, Don Priest, Mike Privette. THIRD 
ROW— Richard Pryor, George Pullman, Linda Pyland, Jim Query, Melody 
Query, Thomas Quinn, Debbie Rader, Janice Ragland. FOURTH ROW— 
June Rainbolt, Daryl Raines, Kathleen Rambaud, Cathy Randolph. Gloria 
Ratliff, Robert Ray, Robbie Reasoner, Scott Redman. FIFTH ROW— Jeanne 
Redmon, Martha Reed, Ronnie Renforth, Mike Rettig, Diann Reynolds, Jo- 
seph Reynolds, Dawn Richards, Kathy Riches. SIXTH ROW-Susan Rieland, 
Rita Riggles, Joe Riggs, Deborah Risley, Kenneth Robbins, Rita Roberson, 
Steve Roberson, Chester Roberts. SEVENTH ROW— Kathy Roberts, Andy 
Robertson, Vici Robertson, Daniel Robinson, Maria Rodgers, Ron Rooney, 
Irvin Ross, Lois Ross. EIGHTH ROW— Wendy Rossman, Rose Royalty, 
Sherry Runner, Jan Rupe, Mary Russell, Patty Rutan, Deborah Rutherford, 
Anthony Saba. NINTH ROW — Teresa Saiz, Rosa Sales, Donna Sanders, Rick 
Sanders, JoEllen Sauer, Mark Scheib, Connie Schorn, Jimmy Schroeder. 





FRESHMEN: 

students increase 

reading speed, 

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TOP ROW— Tony Scott, Betty 
Sears, Scott Selm, Theresa 
Sheetz. SECOND ROW— Janice 
Shemwell, Winona Shockney, Rob- 
ert Shoemaker, Patricia Short. 
THIRD ROW— Jim Shurts, Ma- 
rianne Simmons, Patti Simmons, 
Robert Sinclair. FOURTH ROW— 
Roni Singleton, Diane Slayton, 
Linda Slinker, Loretta Smallwood. 
FIFTH ROW— Jane Smilko, Bill 
Smith, Elaine Smith, Kathy Smith. 





TOP ROW— Mike Smith, Ronald Smit 
Tracey Smith, Vickie Smith, Mary Snyder. 
SECOND ROW— Dana Sons, John Sorren- 
tina, Ron Spain, Doris Spencer, Pamela Spin- 
dler. THIRD ROW— June Sprankle, Jim 
Stanbrough, Joann Stapp, Linda Staten, 
Vicki Steele. FOURTH ROW— Alice Stephen- 
son, Victor Stevens, Jeff Stipanovie, Lynn 
Stone, Myron Stone. FIFTH ROW— Renee 
Stone, Becky Stonebraker, Paul Stoughton, 
Gwen Stout, Ginger Strange. SIXTH ROW— 
Tina Street, John Striby, Robert Strickland, 
Daniel Struck, Elaine Sturgeon. SEVENTH 
ROW— Carl Summers, Shelley Summit, 
Kathy Sutterfield, James Tarter, Judy Tay- 
lor. EIGHTH ROW— Linda Taylor, Normon 
Taylor, Rebecca Taylor, Rebecca Taylor, 
Joyce Tedders. NINTH ROW— Randy Terry, 
Carol Thomas, Debi Thomas, Saundra 
Thomas, Cindy Thompson. 




A Teaching in the Math Department, Miss Nancy McMillan 
aids freshman Andy Blines in understanding and writing an 
algebraic equation. 

B Freshman cheerleader Sandra Thomas presents Mike 
Palmer with a trophy for displaying outstanding performance 
in a track event. 



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TOP ROW— Kathy Tierney, Connie Tillery, Debbie Todd, Ray 
Todd, Kimberly Tolliver, Nancy Tourney, Joyce Trout. SECOND 
ROW— Cynthia Troutt, Mark Trulock, Becky Tuttle, Pam Um- 
barger, Debbie Vance, Mike Venne, Margaret Verbosky. THIRD 
ROW— Gi-Gi Vernon, Marie Viney, Kellie Vinson, Thelma Waddell, 
Jerald Wadswoth, Dee Dee Wagner, Sharon Wagner. FOURTH 
ROW— David Walker, Diana Walker, John Walker, Richard 
Walker, Cathy Wallsmith, Debbie Ward, John Warfield. FIFTH 
ROW— David Weaver, Kim Wein, Kathy Welch, Diane West, Ja- 
nice West, Louis West, Susan Wheatley. SIXTH ROW— Bruce 
Wheeler, Daniel White, Larry Whitham, Allan Whitlock, Gary Whit- 
more, Becky Wicker, Steve Wilkins. SEVENTH ROW— John Wil- 
liams, Robert Williams, Ruth Williams, Sheila Williams, Lou Anne 
Wilson, Paula Wilson, Secille Wilson. EIGHTH ROW— Steve Wil- 
son, Stephen Windsor, Mary Wood, David Woodson, Tony 
Woolen, Pat Wootan, Barry Wright. NINTH ROW— Angeline 
Wynn, Edward Yarbery, William Yates, Mary Yeager, Dennis 
Yohler, Kathy Zwickl. 





A English classes prove to be very rewarding as students learn to develop their 
skills in creative writing. 

B On the first day of classes, freshman orientation informs the students of various 
school rules and customs. Next, students must attend a lengthy homeroom period 
to fill out various forms. 



SOPHOMORES: 

jackie lee, 

deeanne trulock capture 

queen titles 



Sophomores, now 
accustomed to high school 
life, found 
unexpected newness 
in their curriculum. 
Geometry students used a 
new textbook written by 
Mrs. Marie Wilcox, 
a former Howe math 
department head. 
Formaldehyde presented 
a new sensation to biology 
students' noses. 
In the English Department, 
the 3g classes wrote 
literary research themes 
instead of the customarily- 
required vocational themes. 
A new elective for 
sophomores offered by the 
Social Studies Department 
was Metropolitan Society. 
During the school year, 
sophomores also contributed 
new talent to school 
activities. 
Their Student Council 
representatives constructed 
the first sophomore class 
float, and two girls were 
crowned queens: Jackie Lee, 
Jamboree; and DeeAnne Trulock, 
Football Homecoming. 
The sophomore class added 
outstanding students in 
various fields to the 
student body. 
Paul Gerzon 
and Albert Rossi 
participated on the 
Quiz Team while Betsy Spice 
was the Student Director for 
the Senior Play. 

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Mr. John Trinkle, counselor, checks a sophomore's schedule to make certain that the student has left sufficient time 
for his required courses as a junior. Four-year plans are made as freshmen, but most students find it necessary to 
change them, so special assistance is often needed. 



Sophomore biology students Debbie McWhirter and Pat Mor- 
gan examine slides to determine their blood type by chemical 
analysis. 




Miss Marilyn Jones, a new teacher at Howe, tells 
her journalism class how to write a headline for a 
certain type of article. 




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TOP ROW— Brad Akers, Janet Aldrich, LeeAnne Allseitz, Bill 
Amonette, Greg Anderson, Jamie Anderson, Janice Angel. SEC- 
OND ROW— Dan Applegate, Diane Archer, Ronnie Archer, Diane 
Armstrong, Sharon Arnold, Michael Arundale, Stephen Arundale. 
THIRD ROW— Vicky Ash, Mike Atterbury, Sunnie Austin, Lou Ann 
Baker, Robert Baker, Vickie Baker, Cathy Ballard. FOURTH ROW 
—David Barnard, Bobbie Barnes, James Barnes, George Barret, 
Deacon Basham, Bill Bastion, Don Baxter. FIFTH ROW— Scott 
Baxter, Lee Bechtel, Kelly Beck, Richard Beck, Maria Beckett, Joe 
Beeler, Connie Beitz. SIXTH ROW— Vicky Belcher, Rick Beller, 
Deborah Benefiel, Maureen Bennett, Kathleen Benson, Margaret 
Bernd, James Berry. SEVENTH ROW— Marcia Bickel, Gary Bill- 
ingsley, Marie Blake, Julie Bledsoe, Mark Blines, Dan Blough, 
Micheal Boltz. EIGHTH ROW— Mary Ann Bouchonnet, Donald 
Bradley, Thomas Bradley, Raymond Brahaman, Dave Branson, 
Jayne Braun, Sue Bricker. NINTH ROW— Rick Brock, Dave Broth- 
ers, Darrell Brown, Hubert Brown, Kenny Brown, Kristi Brown, 
Pamela Brown. 








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TOP ROW — Sherrell Brown, Susan Brown, Peggy Brownlee, Dennis Bruner, 
Jerry Buergelin, Donna Burgess, Claudia Burke, Gerald Burris. SECOND 
ROW— Jeff Butler, Dora Byrd, Susie Cade, Gwen Cains, Theresa Cains, 
Terry Cala, Roger Caldwell, Donna Calloway. THIRD ROW— Shasta Camp- 
bell, Susan Canada, Daniel Carlile, Rhonda Jean Carr, Sandra Carter, Tom 
Carter, Sandy Cassidy, Peggy Cavender. FOURTH ROW— Connie Cham- 
bers, Mark Chambers, Janice Chaney, Connie Chaplin, Mary Chastain, 
Debby Cheatham, Jim Cherry, Bruce Christensen. FIFTH ROW— Leta Clark, 
Tina Clark, Tom Clark, Mary Cleary, Ralph Clemens, Steven Cline, Ron 
Clontz, Michael Cobb. SIXTH ROW— Clark Cochran, Patricia Cole, Dianne 
Collins, Judy Collins, William Collins, Victoria Combs, Keith Conway, Caryl 
Conwell. SEVENTH ROW— Cori Cook, David Cook, William Cook, Anita 
Cornelius, Patricia Cornett, Debbie Cornforth, Keith Cothron, Anita Cotner. 
EIGHTH ROW — Denise Coulter, Michael Courtney, Craig Coverstone, Fred 
Covert, Dennis Cowden, Kenneth Cox, Patricia Craft, Wiley Craft. NINTH 
ROW— Beverly Craven, Karen Crawford, Allan Crenshaw, Shelia Crenshaw, 
Carolyn Crooks, Edgar Crouch, Greg Croucher, Rick Crowe. 




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'g" english classes 

write literary 

research themes 




TOP ROW— Carla Csiky, Diana 
Davidson, Charles Davis, Randy 
Davis. SECOND ROW— Fonda 
Day, Date Dean, Gary Dean, Terry 
Deboo. THIRD ROW— Debbie 
Deem, Sandy Deere, Sonja De- 
Herdt, Vicky Denny. FOURTH 
ROW— Debbie Denson, Pam Der- 
ington, Kevin DeWitte, Stephanie 
Dick. FIFTH ROW— Pam Diiley, 
Melody Diggs, Denise Dobson, 
Carol Dodd. 






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TOP ROW— Laura Donley, Sherri Doughty, 
Barbara Duckett, Thomas Duckworth, Rick 
Duncan. SECOND ROW— Richard Dungan, 
Robert Dungan, Elaine Dunn, Connie Dur- 
ham, Michael Durham. THIRD ROW— Donna 
Easley, Kathlene Eaton, Micheal Eaton, 
Randy Eaton, Chuck Edwards. FOURTH 
ROW— Connie Edwards, Michael Edwards, 
Robert Edwards, Donald Engelking, Lina 
England. FIFTH ROW— Lyle Evans, Richard 
Evans, Gloria Evertson, Marty Ewing, Mi- 
chael Fiddler. SIXTH ROW— Sharon Fields, 
Philip Finn, Georganne Fischer, Vicki 
Fischer, Phillip Fleitz. SEVENTH ROW— 
Keith Flowers, Sue Foltz, Stanley Ford, Vicki 
Ford, Margie Forrester. EIGHT ROW— Bar- 
bara Former, Denise Fosnight, Tom Fos- 
night, Shirley Foster, Laura Fredrick. NINTH 
ROW — Danny Freeman, Darrell Freeman, 
Karen Frisbie, John Galema, Roger Gambill. 





A. Mr. Carson, French teacher, reviews the basic verb 
tenses which are essential for students going on to the 
advanced level after their sophomore year. 

B. Ron Pierson studies his next move in a practice chess 
match after school in room 244. The chess team com- 
petes with teams from other schools. 



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TOP ROW— Kathy Gannon, John Gannon, James Garrett, Marybeth Gause, 
Rickey Gehring, Paul Gerzon, Rodney Gilly, Gale Glendenin. SECOND ROW 
—Nelly Gonzalez, Kathy Grace, Kathleen Graham, Jule Granzman, Carol 
Graves, Charles Graves, George Gray, Robert Gray. THIRD ROW— Bobby 
Griffin, Rebecca Griffin, Vince Griffo, Patty Grovenberry, Janet Gunter, 
Mark Gustin, Alice Hadley, Thomas Hahn. FOURTH ROW— Kathy Hall, Mary 
Hancock, Teresa Hardman, LeeWoody Harlan, Kristella Harp. Paulette 
Harper, Chery Harris, John Harris. FIFTH ROW— Vivian Harrison, Ronald 
Harsin, Doug Hartley, Debra Hartson, Alen Harvey. Donald Harvey, Gloria 
Hawkins, Becky Haylin. SIXTH ROW— Mark Hays, James Herman, Jim 
Hermsdorfer, Robin Herrington, David Hicks, Karen Hicks, William Hicks. 
Donna Higgins. SEVENTH ROW— Penny Hilgadiack, Donald Hill, Melody 
Hilligoss, Denise Hinson, Mark Hire, Gary Hodge, Jack Hodge. Diana Hoep- 
ing. EIGHTH ROW— Sally Holcomb, Richard Holland, Pamela Hollaway, 
Dave Holman, Mary Hoover, Tim Horn, Vicki Hren, Darrel Hubbard. NINTH 
ROW— LuAnn Hubbard, Wanda Hubbard, Joy Hughett. Jimmie Hunter. 
Robert Hurst, Cindy Jefferies, Joe Jeffers, Dale Jennings. 



A. Silence in the halls and an emptiness broken only by the sound of 
a singular janitors' broom are accented by the suns' failing rays piercing 
the windows at the end of the day. 

B. Sophomore Cheerleader Dede Dobson anxiously awaits the score 
of a much needed Hornet touchdown against the Tech Titans. 




SOPHOMORES: 

class float constructed 

by student council 

representatives 



On the first day of classes Vince 
Griffo checks his schedule to see 
if he has a ninth period. 



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TOP ROW— Marianne Jessup, Dave Jewel, 
Beth Johnson, Donita Jones, Linda Jones. 
SECOND ROW— Timothy Judkins, Tammy 
Jung, Richard Kaye, Linda Kehoe, Linda Kel- 
ley. THIRD ROW— Mark Kelley, Pauline 
Kelly, Warren Kemble, Richard Kemp, 
Rebecca Kennett. FOURTH ROW— Donna 
Kenney, Suzanne Kerr, Steve Key, Jenny Kin- 
caid, Sheila Kinder. FIFTH ROW— Richard 
Kingery, Mike Kinney, Kathi Kirch, Mark 
Kirch, Nina Kirkland. SIXTH ROW— Debbie 
Kirlin, John Kissick, Michael Klein, Susan 
Klepinger, Steve Kloss. SEVENTH ROW— 
Carl Knuth, John Koschka, Andy Kostarides, 
Jay Kraeszig, Michael Kramer. EIGHTH 
ROW— Elizabeth Kutche, Elliot Lachmayer, 
Tina Laffin, Broatus Lambert, Mike Landwer. 
NINTH ROW— Jack Lashbrook, Kathy 
Lauck, Gary Lauman, David Lawler, Peggy 
Lawler. 




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TOP ROW — Ronald Lawson, Jeffrey Leamon, Tom 
Lechner, Jackie Lee, Karen Lee, Kevin Lee. SECOND 
ROW — Rhonda Lee, Terri Leo, William Lessaris, Nancy 
Lingenfeller, Joseph Little, Pam Long. THIRD ROW— 
Paul Long, Steve Lord, Patricia Lotz, Delora Love, Phi- 
lip Love, Beth Lovell. FOURTH ROW— Jerry Luede- 
man, Eddie Luke, Robin Luke, Mike Lynette, Joe Lytle, 
Larry MacDonald. FIFTH ROW— Debra Madara. Frank 
Makell, John Mann, Priscilla Manning, Stan Manning, 
Deby Mansfield. SIXTH ROW— Cheryl Marcum, Chris- 
tina Marshall, Debbie Martin, Mike Massey, Curt 
Mather, Larry Mathis. SEVENTH ROW— Loretta Mat- 
thews, Tony Matthews, Doug May, Judianne Mazur, 
Rebecca McCafferty, Dan McCauly. EIGHTH ROW— 
Joyce McCleery, Larry McCray, Sheila McGuire, Eliza- 
beth McKain, Randy McKim. NINTH ROW— Debby 
McPeak, Debra McWhirter, Barbara Meadows, Rox- 
anne Means, William Medlock, Laurie Mee. 




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TOP ROW— Kevin Meeks, Ralph Merriman, Charles Migliand, 
Lorena Miller, Mark Miller, Richard Miller, Susan Miller. SECOND 
ROW— Sandra Mitchell, Joel Monka, Jim Monroe, Dianne Moon, 
Debbie Moore, Debbie Moore, Diane Moore. THIRD ROW— Jody 
Morgan, Patricia Morgan, Gary Morrison, David Morrow, Rhoda 
Morse, Mark Mosher Cynthia Mosier. FOURTH ROW— Eric 
Mueller, Dale Mullins, Debra Munday, Beverly Murdick, David 
Murray, Carol Nagley, Donna Napier. FIFTH ROW— Janet Neal, 
Nila Neal, Kenneth Nelson, Lanae Nelson, Carol Neu, Ruth Ni- 
chols, Michael Norris. SIXTH ROW— Sally Norris, Louis Northern, 
Wayne Norton, Becky Nott, Jim Noxen, Cathy O'Connor, Teresa 
Ohmit. SEVENTH ROW— Don Oldham, John Otto, Leslie Padden, 
Ronald Paddock, Pamela Page, Marty Palmer, Daniel Parcel. 
EIGHTH ROW— Phil Pash, Dave Passmore, Kathy Pattison, Dan- 
iel Peacock, Bruce Pedlow, Michele Pence, John Perkinson. 
NINTH ROW— Teresia Perry, Allan Peters, Chris Peterson, Betty 
Petro, Diana Petro, Peggy Pfau, Kevin Phelps. 




A. Accuracy is an essential part of the completion of an assignment in a Machine 
Calculation class. Jackie Lee uses an adding machine to find the sum of a long 
column of four-digit figures. 

B. Mr. Thomas Stirling, Principal, crowns sophomore Dee Anne Trulock as Foot- 
ball Homecoming Queen for 1970. The ceremony took place on the football field 
during half-time of the Warren Central game. 



SOPHOMORES: 

geometry classes use 

new text written by 

former department head 









TOP ROW— Marcy Phillabaum, 
Debora Phillips, John Phillips, Mi- 
chael Piel. SECOND ROW— Mark 
Piercy, Ronald Pierson, Marta Pie- 
tro, Michelle Pegacella. THIRD 
ROW — Laurie Pinkman, John Pin- 
son, Rhonda Pirtle, Jeffrey Pol- 
lom. FOURTH ROW— Charles 
Pothast, Jim Powers, Carole 
Poynter, Jack Proctor. FIFTH 
ROW— Mary Propes, Jerry 
Raines, Pamela Raines, Debbie 
Ramsey. 







TOP ROW— Sherry Ramsey, Robin Rebholz, 
Debby Reidy, Donna Reynolds, William Rey- 
nolds. SECOND ROW— Delma Rhodes, Mi- 
chael Rich, Dan Richard, Cynthia Richards, 
Julee Richards. THIRD ROW— Deborah 
Ridenour, Kevin Rider, Randy Rigney, Rob- 
ert Ringer, Marenda Rivers. FOURTH ROW 
— Thomas Robards, William Robbins, Mar- 
garet Robertson, Marcia Rockey, Mary Jane 
Rodgers. FIFTH ROW— Randy Roeder, Mark 
Roembke, Dave Rogers, Eddie Rogers, Nick 
Rogers. SIXTH ROW— Tiena Rogers, Larry 
Rohrer, Alfred Ross, Al Rossi, Vivvie Rudd. 
SEVENTH ROW— Patricia Runion, Charles 
Russ, Shirley Russell, Randy Rutherford, Mi- 
ke) Scanlon. EIGHTH ROW— Norman 
Schafer, Anita Scharbrough, Janet Schmi- 
dlin, Erleen Schmitt, Debbie Schorn. NINTH 
ROW— Karen Scoggins, Barbara Scott, Deb- 
bie Scott, Marta Scott, William Seale. 





A. During a practice session for the meet against 
Cathedral, wrestling coach Mr. Mark Sutton checks to 
see if matman Pat Smith's leg injury is a serious one. 

B. During a metal shop class, a student sets up a lathe 
in preparation to turn a cylindrical metal bar to toler- 
ances of plus or minus .001. 



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TOP ROW— Brad Sears, Jeff Sehr, Connie Seigman, Michael Set- 
tles, Sheryl Shedd, Lawrence Shelley, Larry Shelton. SECOND 
ROW— Jeane Sherrill, Sharon Short, Dora Shrum, James Silvers, 
Kathy Simmons, Nicki Simons, Barbara Smith. THIRD ROW— 
Dale Smith, Darlis Smith, Elaine Smith, Joe Smith, June Smith, 
Linda Smith, Pat Smith. FOURTH ROW— Ricky Smith, Robert 
Smith, Robert Smutz, Gary Snell, Dave Snider, Vicki Soden, Mary 
Solberg. FIFTH ROW— Richard Sommers, Vicky Spears, Mary 
Speziale, Wilma Spice, Jay Sprinkle, Joanne Stansbury, Debbie 
Steele. SIXTH ROW— Tom Stepp, Bill Stevens, Dan Stewart, Mark 
Stewart, Robert Stewart, Robert Stine, David St.John. SEVENTH 
ROW— David Stockdale, David Stone, Kevin Storm, Anita Strahle, 
Jeff Stratton, Dan Strehle, Ray Strong. EIGHTH ROW— Ruth 
Struck, Rick Strykowski, Linda Sullivan, Steve Sutter, Greg Sut- 
ton, Barry Swan, Gary Swan. NINTH ROW— Joyce Sweeney, 
Linda Taylor, Mary Ann Taylor, Sam Taylor, Lawrence Temple, 

B'odd, Regina Tolley. 



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TOP ROW — Julie Tomey, William Twonsend, Donna Tracy, Jeanne Trosper, 
James Trotter.Thomas Trout, DeeAnne Trulock, Margie Tudor. SECOND 
ROW — Barbara Turk, Ronald Turner, Sally Tuxhorn, Teresa Ullery, Rosie 
Vanbuskirk, Charlton Van Hooser, Maribeth Velazquez, Phillip Veteto. 
THIRD ROW— Debbie Vititoe, Bill Wadsworth, Paula Wagner, William Wag- 
ner, Patricia Walker, Paula Walker, Alice Walkup, Richard Wall. FOURTH 
ROW— Dennis Walters, Danny Ward, Debbie Ware, Jeri Warner, Richard 
Warner, Timothy Waters, Chineta Watkins, Nancy Watkins. FIFTH ROW— 
Michael Webb, Kent Wells, Debi West, Vicki Wheatley, Linda Wheeler, Diana 
Whitaker, Rose White, Jill Whitehurst. SIXTH ROW— Terry Whitley, Russell 
Whitmyer, Barbara Wildrick, Nancy Wiley, Fletcher Wilkins, James Will- 
banks, Steve Willey, Michael Williams. SEVENTH ROW— Sharon Williams. 
Sherry Williams, Vicki Williams, Michael Willis, Gary Wilmoth, Debbie Wil- 
son, Jonathan Wilson, Kevin Winter. EIGHTH ROW— Jill Wishart, Bonnie 
Wood, Debbie Wood, Richard Wood, Lee Woodbury, Walter Wren, Bob 
Wright, Noel Wyatt. NINTH ROW— Patty Yancey, David Yeager, Debbie 
Young, Karl Zander, Susan Zink, Pamela Zollinger, Michelle Zwickl. 



helle Zwickl. 



JUNIORS: 

bruce stroud directs 

marching band in home 

game activities, parades 



Climaxing their year with 
the advancement to senior 
status, members of the 
junior class experienced 
many phases of high school 
activities throughout the 
year. Several 
language students 
Competed for the opportun- 
ity to study abroad, and 
six participants were 
selected to study our 
state's government at 
Hoosier Boys' State 
and Girls' State. 
Participation in athletics 
was a part of many juniors' 
lives. Bob Freeman was 
named to the All-City 
Football Squad, and Dan 
Brown was a first-string 
basketball player. 
Bruce Stroud directed 
the Howe Marching Band 
at home football games 
and in parades. 
Bob Eckert and Mark Reasoner 
formed half of Howe's 
Quiz Team which competed 
on T. V. quiz shows. 
Becky Davis, Connie Bruce, 
Marilyn Poynter, and Terri 
Maier were juniors who 
served as ROTC sponsors. 
Initiations into 
honor societies, including 
National Honor Society 
and Quill and Scroll, 
signified achievement in 
academics and publications. 
Plans for the Junior Prom 
were completed by the 
Junior Student Council 
representatives. 

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Junior counselor Mr. Rex Anderson helps Mary Doyle revise her four-year program. Before entering Senior Homeroom 
next fall, Mary, as a prospective graduate, must have earned at least 23 credits. If she meets this requirement, Mr. 
Anderson will sign her application for admission to senior status. 



Linda Lee, along with other members of the Howe girls' drill 
team, entertains the crowd during the Marshall football half- 
time program on September 11. 




ROTC Sponsor Becky Davis and her escort John 
Bishop patiently await the crowning of the Queen of 
the Northwest Military Ball. 






TOP ROW— Lisa Abel, Ricky Adams, Lucinda Alexander, Cynthia 
Allee, Marsha Allgood, Rebecca Allseitz, Patty Amos. SECOND 
ROW— David Anderson, Rex Anderson, Robert Anderson, Cindy 
Archer, Beverly Arnett, Chris Arvin, Lonnie Ashley. THIRD ROW 
— Brenda Ausbrooks, Linda Ausbrooks, Susan Axsom, Joyce Ba- 
con, Judith Bailey, Patricia Bailey, Debbie Bakemier. FOURTH 
ROW— Gary Baker, Terri Bankston, Barbara Barnett, Anita Bar- 
row, Terry Bartley, Carolene Bass, Jan Bassett. FIFTH ROW— 
Bruce Bauer, Harold Baxter, Nancy Bedwell, Ron Beineke, Ronald 
Bennett, Mark Benson, Marsha Benson. SIXTH ROW— Tim Bew- 
ley, Patricia Biddle, Frances Billerman, Jane Bippus, David 
Bishop, Deborah Bliton, Becky Blythe. SEVENTH ROW— John 
Boosinger, Sue Boulais, David Bradburn, Debbie Branstetter, 
Reda Bratcher, Russell Breedon, Donna Brinson. EIGHTH ROW 
—Robert Bristow, Bruce Bronstrup, Daniel Brown, Dennis Brown, 
Malinda Brown, Rita Browning, Connie Bruce. NINTH ROW— 
Becky Bryan, Mike Bryan, Shirley Bryan, Jack Bryant, Jeff 
Buergelin, Randy Burchett, Susan Burgess. 





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TOP ROW— Sandra Burke, Mel Burtnett, Greg Burton, Sharon Butler, 
Sherri Cagle, Becky Caldwell, Harold Calvert, Lamuel Calvert. SECOND 
ROW— Rita Cantrell, Mary Carius, Lucky Carmean, Kevin Carr, Kathy Car- 
rier, Leonard Carson, Joe Carter, Raymond Chandler. THIRD ROW— John 
Chapman, Janie Cherry, Andrea Clark, Terry Clark, Tim Clark, Janice Cline, 
Robert Cline, Robert Cline. FOURTH ROW— Jim Cobb, Rodney Cobb, David 
Coe, Marge Coffin, Barry Cole, Bonnie Coleman, Nancy Collins, Gail Cotter- 
man. FIFTH ROW— Phyllis Coughlen, Lettie Craft, Cindy Crews, Patricia 
Crites, Steve Crooke, Teresa Crouch, Kevin Culley, Janet Dammeyer. SIXTH 
ROW— Ben Daniel, Lou Daniels, Jo Daughterty, Becky Davis, Kathy Davis, 
Mardina Davis, Sheila Davis, Patti Dawson. SEVENTH ROW— Sheila Day, Al 
Dean, Teri Dean, William Dean, Teresa Dedrick, James DeFur, Dan DeLay, 
Patti Dentler. EIGHTH ROW— Brenda Dillard, Curt Dippel, Janet Dixon, 
Becky Doane, John Dowling, Nancy Dowling, Edgar Downey, Marsha Dow- 
ney. NINTH ROW— Dianne Droeger, Lorrain Droke, Charles Duke, Judy 
Duke, Pam Duke, Jeff Dunaway, Chris Duncil, Nancy Dunkin. 




JUNIORS: 

eckert, reasoner 

compete on 

howe quiz team 





TOP ROW— Philip Durham, Jack 
Early, Thomas East, Robert Ec- 
kert. SECOND ROW— Charles Ed- 
dleman, Phillip Elder, Maria Efias, 
Bill Emery. THIRD ROW— Charles 
England, Gilbert Ernst, Jacquelyn 
Fall, Tom Faye. FOURTH ROW— 
Tom Feldhake, Doris Flora, Jeff 
Flowers, Enrique Fonseca. FIFTH 
ROW— Michael Fox, Susan Fox, 
Robert Freeman, Mamrrae French. 




TOP ROW— Jack Garard, Diana Gardner, 
Jere Gaskins, Gloria Gentry, James Gibson. 
SECOND ROW— Mark Gibson, Denyce 
Gillespie, Norma Gillespie, Janice Glover, 
Lisa Godby. THIRD ROW— Bernie Goodin, 
Greg Goodwin, Karen Gorham, Tom Gott, 
Dora Graham. FOURTH ROW— Ellen Gra- 
ham, Debbie Grammer, Teresa Graves, Jim 
Green, Pamela Green. FIFTH ROW— Brian 
Griffin, Vicki Griffin, Dan Groene, Sherry 
Grovenberry, Dave Hanes. SIXTH ROW— 
Kathy Hansborough, Joe Hardin, Teresa 
Harlan, Richard Harper, Gilbert Harsin. SEV- 
ENTH ROW— Charles Hartle, Linda Hart- 
nett, Susan Hasseld, Marti Hawkins, Toni 
Hawkins. EIGHTH ROW— David Hayes, Che- 
ryl Hayes, Teresa Hedrick, Joe Heidelman, 
Thomas Helms. NINTH ROW— Linda Her- 
ron, Robert Herron, Ron Heustis, Tom Hicks, 
Susie Higginbotham. 





A. Square root tables found in the back of Algebra 3-4 books 
are used to simplify mathematical answers and to compute 
answers to chemistry problems. 

B. At the "Fed" Convention, Debbie West records each vote 
as it is cast for Mock Election Lt. Governor. 



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TOP ROW— Linda Hild, Phillip Hill, De Maris Hilligoss, Charles 
Hinkle, David Hodge, Rita Hoffman, Clarence Hogue. SECOND 
ROW— Rick Holdaway, Russ Hollenbaugh, Sherri Holly, Allen 
Hood, Darla Hopton, Becky Horner, Phil Horner. THIRD ROW— 
Bob Hubbard, Adam Hudelson, Pamela Huffman, Judy Hum- 
phrey, Karen Humphrey, Betty Hunter, Jim Hunter. FOURTH 
ROW— Steve Hutchinson, Ellen Hutton, Don Hyfield, Lois Hylton, 
Donald Jackman, Debi Jackson, Janet Jackson. FIFTH ROW— 
Richard Jackson, Ruth Janes, George Jeffries, Philip Jern, Carol 
Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Karen Johnson. SIXTH ROW— Warren 
Johnson, Mark Johnston, Gary Joines, Daryl Jones, Julia Jones, 
Laura Jones, Ronald Jones. SEVENTH ROW— Sandi Jones, 
Sandy Jones, Thomas Jones, Debbie Jump, Terri Kavanaugh, Jill 
Keers, Becky Kelly. EIGHTH ROW— Debbie Kelly, Debbie Kerr, 
Mildren Kilburn, George King, Margaret Kinney, Jill Kladden, Che- 
ryl Koehring. NINTH ROW— Ben Kunkler, Carolyn Lain, Judy Lan- 
nom, Paul Lauck, Sherry Lawrence, Catherine Layman, Laurie 
Leamon. 






TOP ROW — Pam Leap, Linda Lee, Randy Lepper, Jerry Leslie, Claryce 
Lewis, Judith Lightfoot, Joanne Lobdell, Elisa Long. SECOND ROW— Rick 
Longerich, Helen Lovell, Ann Lowe, Steven Lowe, Gary Lucas, James Luede- 
man, Karen Lyons, Kathy Lyons. THIRD ROW— Joseph Mabee, Gregory 
Maddox, Terrie Maddox, Robert Maffett, Judy Mahnrin, Terri Maier, Sara 
Maki, Dala Mandabach. FOURTH ROW— Reggie Manning, Jane Mansfield, 
Kenny Manson, Barbara Marqua, Steve Marren, Bruce Mathias, Steve. Mat- 
thews, Debbie Maudlin. FIFTH ROW— Linda Mazur, Vicki McArthur, Ste- 
phen McClure, Craig McCullough, Jan McDaniel, Karen McDougal, David 
McGaumey, Mark McKim. SIXTH ROW— Ray McKim, Sandra McKinsey, 
Pamela McLeod, Roger McNeely, Tim McPherson, John McShanog, Jane 
Meade, Dan Meador. SEVENTH ROW— Terri Medlin, Patricia Mee, Ma- 
rianne Metcalf, Kathy Meyers, Marsha Miller, Michael Miller, Phil Miller, 
Stephanie Miller. EIGHTH ROW— Tamara Minton, Tami Mitchell, Thea Mit- 
tendorf, Carol Montani, Anna Moore, Lisa Moore, Michael Moore, Michael 
Morgan. NINTH ROW— Julie Morris, Carol Mount, Randall Mullins, Juanita 
Murphy, Vicky Murphy, Danny Napier, Ray Nelson, Vicki Nelson. 






JUNIORS: 

students study fundamentals 

of government at hoosier 

boys', girls' state 





TOP ROW— Greg Nesbit, Brent 
Newkirk, David Nice, Mark Nie- 
denthal. SECOND ROW— Phillip 
Nitzschke, Russell Noel, Gary Nor- 
rod, Sharon O'Connor. THIRD 
ROW— Robert Oliver, Jeff Orme, 
Jenny Orme, Kathie Orphey. 
FOURTH ROW— Steven Ott, 
Deborah Owens, Steve Owens, 
James Parker. FIFTH ROW— 
Jerry Pastrick, Robert Perez, 
Patty Perryman, Lynn Petty. 



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TOP ROW— Michael Pierson, Alice Piper, 
Ray Plowman, John Plummer, Sharon Pol- 
lard. SECOND ROW— Vicki Pomeroy, Susie 
Powell, Emory Powers, Donna Poynter, Mari- 
lyn Poynter. THIRD ROW— Leonard Prather, 
James Priest, Marcia Priest, Donna Pritch- 
ard, Dorie Queen. FOURTH ROW— Victoria 
Quinn, Debbie Ragland, Pamela Rasor, Rob- 
ert Ratcliff, Michael Ray. FIFTH ROW— Mark 
Reasoner, Jeff Redmon, Carol Reed, Doris 
Reed, Charles Reifeis. SIXTH ROW— Eileen 
Reilly, Elaine Reilly, Renee Reimer, Terri 
Reimer, Beth Reintjes. SEVENTH ROW— 
Robin Reynold, Anne Reynolds, Bill Richard- 
son, Margaret Richardson, Steve Richter. 
EIGHTH ROW— Terry Richard, Gail Rigsby, 
Bonnie Roark, Michael Robbins, Sherry Rob- 
bins. NINTH ROW— Carole Roberts, Marsha 
Rodman, Ruth Rodriquez, Carolyn Rogers, 
Linda Rogers. 










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TOP ROW— Rick Rogers, Nancy Rood, Cynthia Ross. 
Margie Roth, Mike Rusk, Mark Ryan. SECOND ROW— 
Jim Salsberry, Toni Salter, Penny Sanders, Russell Sar- 
faty, Gary Sayer, Kevin Scheib. THIRD ROW— Fred 
Schilling, Adeanna Scott, Charles Scott, Jetta Sears, 
Carl Sechrest, Richard Shadiow. FOURTH ROW— 
Deborah Shake, Mark Shaker, Becky Shannon, Phillip 
Sherrill, Dave Sherron, Doug Shockley. FIFTH ROW— 
Maryanne Shockley, Becky Short, Doug Short, Linda 
Showalter, Sandy Showalter, Becky Sigmond. SIXTH 
ROW — Richard Simmons, Michael Skaggs, Rhonda 
Skirvin, Donna Slinker, Joanne Smartz, James Smith. 
SEVENTH ROW— Larry Smith, Lana Smith, Duane 
Smoot, Donna Snodgrass, Shawna Snyder, Caria 
Soden. EIGHTH ROW— Jackie Southern, Barbara 
Spain, Jerry Spicklemire, Christine Stalas, Fred Stan- 
ford, Steven Steele. NINTH ROW— Charlotte Steenber- 
gen, Mary Stewart, Robert Stewart, Liann Storm, Rick 
Stratton, Thomas Strickland. 





A. Many girls help the administrative staff by volunteering to be office 
messengers. Mrs. Alexander is instructing Sue Boulais to deliver pink 
slips to girls who have been absent. 

B Not all activity is confined to Howe's campus. While they are down- 
town to take pictures for the Howe TOWER, two juniors pause to study 
the "world's largest Christmas tree" on the Circle. 





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)P ROW— Bruce Stroud, Terry Strouse, Teri Stump, Stephanie Suther- 
land, Stacy Swift, Todd Taylor, Armin Tepner, Diane Thomas. SECOND 
ROW — Marc Thomas, Barbara Thompson, Cathy Thompson, Connie 
Thompson, Jeff Titus, Jerry Tomey, Patti Toms, Barbara Trinkle. THIRD 
ROW — Steve Trout, Ken Truex, Debra Tudor, Cindy Turtle, Randy Vance, 
Julie Van Cleave, David Vawter, Gerald Venne. FOURTH ROW— Jeanne 
Verbosky, Clara Viney, Sandie Wade, Pam Wahl, Patricia Wahl, Vera Wall, 
Gary Walters, Gary Ward. FIFTH ROW— Suzanne Ware, Rodney Warthen, 
Mickie Waterman, Claudia Watson, David Weatherford, Steve Weida, Mari- 
lyn Welch, Ginny Werner. SIXTH ROW— Debra West, Larry Whaley, Randy 
Whitaker, Robert Whitehead, Gerald Whitham, Shawn Whitridge, Doug Wil- 
lard, Janice Williams. SEVENTH ROW— Kathy Williams, Ariel Wilson, Dave 
Wilson, Stephanie Wilson, Terry Winebarger, William Withem, Jerry Woo- 
dier, Mike Wootan. EIGHTH ROW— Patsy Wyand, Carol Yager, Peggy Yarb- 
ery, Gail Yates, Richard Young, Tom Young, Penny Zander, Joe Zucco. 
NINTH ROW— Paula Zukowski. 




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SENIORS: 



Almost 

every student, 
between his 
enrollment 
and graduation, 
has found himself 
wondering what it 
will be like after 
he is graduated 
from high school. 
While members of 
the class of '71 
listened to 
commencement 
speeches being 
delivered and 
awaited the moment 
when they would 
finally 

receive their 
diplomas, memories 
of Senior Homeroom, 
the Mock Elections, 
the Senior Play, 
and Senior Week 
were probably 
prominent in their 
thoughts. 
Perhaps, too, they 
contemplated the 
decisions they had 
made concerning 
their future 
objectives 
during the last 
year, most ration- 
alizing that 
graduation is not 
an end, but rather 
a beginning. 



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SENIORS: 
class chooses 

shades of 
green, yellow 



In the fall, 

four boys and 

four girls were 

chosen to lead 

the Class 

of 1971. Steve 

Applegate, 

president, 

accepted 

the gavel at the 

formal 

installation 

of officers 

held on 

October 20, 1970 

in homeroom. 

In addition 

to the 

requirements 

of their offices, 

each officer 

worked one period 

each day in the 

Senior Office. 

They also were 

responsible for 

decorating the 

Senior 

Christmas Tree. 

The Constitution 

Committee, 

representing 

each homeroom, 

amended the 

Senior 

Constitution 

to allow 

each office to be 

open to either 

boy or girl. 

The Colors 

Committee chose 

forest green, 

light green, and 

yellow as the 

1971 class colors. 

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Steve Applegate 
President 



Nancy Smith 
First Vice-president 





Ralph Piercy 
Second Vice-president 



Bonnie Derrington 
Secretary 




CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW— Dave Hagy, Louise 
Farmer. SECOND ROW— Rick Wysong, Cheryl Mee. THIRD ROW— 
Kurt Loy, Ralph Piercy, Paul Thomas. FOURTH ROW— Steve Apple- 
gate, Jim Byrne, Steve Reed. 

COLORS COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW— Sherry Grove. SECOND ROW 
—Diane Watson, Dave Knoy, Anita Powers. THIRD ROW— Ann 
McClure, Judy Reinken, Nancy Smith. FOURTH ROW— Rick Dawson, 
Dm Baker, Tracy Ellis. 



Lenny Thornburg 
Treasurer 



Craig Reinhardt 
Assistant Treasurer 




Bobbie Bergdoll 
Alumni Secretary 



Diane Watson 

Assistant Alumni Secretary 





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Brenda Abney Roger Adams Gregory Alexander 



Ida Allen Sandra Anderson Virginia Andrews 





Robert Arnold Brenda Asher Donavon Bailey 



Dru Baker Paula Baker Deborah Ballard 




Richard Balsbaugh David Barber Rita Barger 




Agatha Barr 



Debra Bartholomew 





James Beaty Michael Becher 



Jack Bell Richard Bennett Patti Berger 



SENIORS: 

homeroom 

begins daily 

schedule 





Johan Bernard 



John Bishop 





Cheryl Boekankamp 



Gerald Boekankamp Donna Bogie 



Marlin Bottom 



Pamela Bowen 



Connie Boyce 




Thomas Boyd 





During the Publications Banquet held in the cafeteria, entertainment was 
provided by Norman McClain, Denise Page, and Gary Conway. Here, Gary 
sings "The Impossible Dream." 



Charles Brandt 



Deborah Breedlove Roger Brock 

170 people 







Debra Brown Elizabeth Brown Harry Brown 



Richard Brown 



Betty Bryan Anita Brydon 





James Byrne Roberta Caddell Christine Cain 



Marsha Calvert 



John Carius 



Harold Carr 





Karen Carr Nancy Carter 



David Clark 



Sheila Clay Michael Cohee Cheryl Coller 





Randall Collins James Combs Gary Conway 



David Conwell Roger Cornelius Hughie Cornn 



SENIORS: 

class presents 

"come over 

to our house" 




Vickie Crenshaw 




Patricia Danner 





Charles Deeds William Deeter Robert Derwin 

172 people 



Paula Dickenson Darel Dieringer Patrick Dillon 




One of the many functions for which the orchestra performs is the Senior Play. 
It is also customary to have the senior members direct the selections of music 
before the play and during the intermission. 




Terry Doan 



Dale Dobbs 



Kandi Doll 




Ronald Donley 



Kerry Doughty 



Michael Duncan 





Jacqueline Dych 



John Easley Joseph Easterday 



Joseph Eaton 



Marlene Eaton 



Christine Eden 





David Edwards 



Tracy Ellis 



Elizabeth Elsey 



James Ervin 



Charlotte Esteb 



Randall Evans 





Kenneth Evens Louise Farmer Bernard Fendley 



Terry Flynn 



Patti Foley Teri Fox 





Larry Gambill Monte Gardner Sandra Garrett 



Patti Gause Charmayne Gillespie Susan Godby 





Pamela Goldsberry Delia Gonzolez Joseph Gootee 



Byron Gott 



Karen Grace Jeffrey Gray 





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Barry Green Eddie Grider Gregory Griffo 



Beverly Gross Sherry Grove Catherine G'Sell 





David Hagy 



Barbara Hahn 



Robert Hallett 



Danny Hammer Barbara Hannemann 



SENIORS: 
experience 
offered through 
cadet teaching 






Beverly Hardy 



Diana Harlan 



Gary Harlow 



Steve Harrington 



Ernest Harsin 



Debra Hartle 



Ralph Wadsworth, the Keynote Speaker for the Federalist mock convention, 
opens the meeting with a short spirit-building speech. Only students taking 
government classes are allowed to run for office. 





David Hartley 



Robert Harton 




Pamela Hawkins 




Harold Haugh 




James Hayes Dennis Haygood 

people 175 



SENIORS: 

nancy smith 

becomes 

valedictorian 




Mark Hidinger 




Pamela Hilligoss 





Carol Henderson Sandra Henderson 




Kevin Houppert 

176 people 



Reigning over last year's Junior Prom were Nancy 
Smith and Tracy Ellis. The cafeteria was transformed 
into the mythical city of "Atlantis." 




Richard Huddleston Charles Hughes Joyce Hutchinson 





Ivan Irons Jill Jackson Anna Jeffries 



Steven Jewell Leslie Johnson Beverly Jones 





Jo Ann Jones Victoria Keetay Steven Kelshaw 



Daniel Kerkhoff Karl Kerkhoff Robert King 








Richard Kingsbury Lylene Kirkwood Eugene Klein 



Debra Knoop David Knoy Robert Koschka 





Panagiotis Kostarides Robin Kraeszig Anita Kroeger 



Ralph Kubiak Richard Kutche Whitney Lake 



SENIORS: 

student council 

skits lift spirit 

in homeroom 




Mary Lauck 




Marica Lee 





Andrea Lamb Kenneth Lane 




Janice Laughlin Paula Launer 




Phyllis Lee 



Guenter Lynde 





Betty Lanman 



Garry Larison 



Teresa Larison 




Kurt Loy 


David Lutz 


Robert Lynch 


John Lyons 


Dan Maners 


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Steven Mathis 





Edward Mathews 



Janis Maudlin 



Carol Maxfield 



Larry May 



Craig McCarty Elizabeth McClure 





Joseph McColley 



Beverlee McCoy 



Kevin McGovern 



Teresa McLaughlin 



Angela McLeod 



Roger McNeill 



At a pep rally held in the gymnasium, co-captains of the varsity football team Mike 
Wieneke and Rich Kutche build up some team support for the Washington game 
to be played that night. 





Julie McNew 



Ted McQuade 



Rebecca McWilliams 



Linda McQueen 




Ronald Meadows Patricia Medcalfe 





Cheryl Mee 



Dwight Meyer 



Darilyn Mittendorf 



Kent Mocas 



Daniel Monschein Jeffery Moore 





Janet Morand 



Jacqueline Morgan Stephen Morgan 



Deborah Morrow 



Michele Mosley 



Dawn Moxey 




Marian Murdick 



James Murphy 



Jo Ann Murphy 




During the Christmas season, it is customary for the seniors to decorate a tree 
in the lower auditorium lobby. Diane Watson, class officer, headed the decorating 
committee which trimmed the tree with colorful bells, ornaments, and tinsel. 



Bobby Muse 



Michael Neal 



Steve Neal 






James Newport Sheila Nicholson Vicky Nicholson 



Jack Nickleson Patricia Nickolaus 



SENIORS: 
dar award 
presented to 
dawn moxey 






Paul Nieman 



Keith Noland 



Bonni Norton 



Alice Noxon 



Marcia Oliver 



Kathryn O'Neil 






Debra Oney 



Kathy Orr 



Larry Ott 



James Owensby Barbara Pash 



Ronald Pastrick 




Randall Patee William Pattison James Peacock 




Jacqueline Peavler 




Laura Pence Debra Petticord 

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SENIORS: 

committee 

revises 

constitution 





Kathy Phelps 



David Piland 



Suzanne Pinkman Neil Pinney 



Donna Pinnick 






Patricia Plowman 



Harry Poling 



Charles Pollard 



Anita Powers 



Elaine Powers 



Daniel Poynter 




Howe's first principal, Mr. Charles Sharp, stands in front of the Tower with Howe's 
present principal, Mr. Thomas Stirling, after graduation ceremonies. In 1938, Mr. Sharp 
headed a school of 450 students and 16 teachers. 




Douglas Priest 



Joan Proctor 



Larry Puckett 



182 people 





Robert Pyland Joseph Quinn Liliana Quinones Katherine Ragland Robert Rainbolt Terry Rash 





Ronald Ratliff Melinda Redman Steven Reed 



William Reed Judy Reinken Roberta Repphan 





Phillip Rice Daniel Richardson Cynthia Rider 



Rose Rios Samuel Rios Judith Rippeth 





Carol Robards Eric Robinson Elizabeth Robling Raquel Rodriguez Carol Roembke David Rogers 



SENIORS: 
david hagy 
directs city 

symphony 




Donald Rogers John Rosebrock 






Lottie Rosenbaum Michael Ross Terry Roth 




William Rutan 



Theresa Sadowicz Christine Salter 



James Sanders Stephen Scanlon Charles Schlenz 






Steven Schmidlin Susan Schmidt Beverly Schroering Jack Scott Janice Scott Maurice Scott 





Rebecca Sehr Nicholas Sgro Craig Shaker 

184 people 




Thomas Shanklin Deborah Sherrill Donald Shockney 




Paul Short 



Dennis Shrum Michael Simmons 





Anita Skees 



Sheila Smalling 



Janet Smith 



Senior David Hagy conducts one of his musical compositions entitled "A Big 
Brother." The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra played the piece which was writ- 
ten for one of David's closest friends. 





Kandace Smith 



Patricia Snider 



Paula Sommers 



Michael Spears 



Teresa Spears 



Michael Sprinkle 





Rita Squires 



Kenneth Stanley 



Kathy Stapp 



Linda Steffen 



Gary Steinbuch Jane Stephenson 



SENIORS: 

prom 

held at 

hilton 




Donald Sulgrove 




Tommy Terry 




Marjorie Thompson 

186 people 




Marie Stickle 



Mark Stiles 




Mary Sullivan 



Thomas Summit 




Jeffrey Thomas Marcia Thomas 




Michael Thompson Pamela Thompson 




Richard Thompson Clarence Throckmorton Michael Throckmorton 




Talta Toms 



William Totten 



Peter Van Maaren 



Jeffrey Veteto 




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Rex Walkup 



Gary Walters 



Betsy Ward 



Deborah Warner 



James Turner 




Randy Vincent 




Stephen Walton 




Randy Webb 




David Utigard Barbara Van Hooser 



Gary Van Horn 




Ralph Wadsworth 



Cheryl Walker 



Thomas Walker 



Senior counselor Mr. Totten is always ready to help a student in need. Besides 
helping senior students with their schedules, he aids them in their future plans and 
spends many long hours helping to arrange several of the senior activities. 




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David Weintraut 



Dennis West 



Jack Wheatley 



Dennis White 



Mary Whited 



Steven Whitlock 





Michael Wieneke 



Donald Wildrick 



Gary Wiley 



Mark Willey 



Pamela Williams 



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Michelle Wilson 







EVENING SCHOOL GRADUATES: FRONT ROW— Jeanette Scheib, Dorothy Lewis, Mildred Byas, Theodora Burns, Nancy Crump, Gloria Wellborn, Janis Rohrman, Lois 
Stanley, Neilene Slaybaugh, Barbara Davis, Nancy Gray, Cheryl Wallace, Sara Vonaxelson, SECOND ROW— Donna Belshaw, Donna Foster, Dolores Bruning, Betty Cook, 
Cynthia Uppfalt, Mary Lanum, Peggy Sorensen, Joy Sorensen, Alice Nontani, Elain Pett, Lorna Wilmoth, Brenda Simpson, Barbara Sours. THIRD ROW— John Raney, 
Herschel Hon, Herbert Smith, Darrell Wolven, Richard Strange, Paul Everling, Richard Sorensen, Tim Fallon, Patrick Virt, William Barker, Kerry Sanford, James McGuire. 





Becky Windsor 



Gary Winko 



Rhonda Withem 



Paul Woerner 



Lisa Wood 



EVENING 
DIVISION: 
students finish 
requirements 





Dennis Wootan 



Anne Wrancher 



Deborah Wynn 



Janice Wynne 



Richard Wysong 




Mrs. Alberta Follis, Evening Division secretary, pre- 
pares a transcript for a recent graduate to be mailed 
to a prospective employer. 



Judith Zander 



Michael Zaring 



Kathleen Zelenak 




Daniel Zimmerman David Zimmerman 




Learning at Howe 
was not restricted 
to the daylight 
hours. 

Evening classes 
were held to 
benefit those 
persons sixteen 
years of age or 
older who were 
not enrolled in 
another high 
school. 

Directed by Mr. 
David Baugh, 
classes were 
conducted 
Monday through 
Thursday evenings 
from six to 
nine-thirty. 
Individual 
classes met 
for one hour and 
forty minutes 
enabling the 
evening scnool 
pupils to spend 
as much time in 
one particular 
class as 
the daytime 
students. 
The number of 
credits taken by 
individual 
students ranged 
from one to four, 
and in order to 
graduate 

students must have 
had accumulated at 
least four 
credits from 
Howe's Evening 
Division. 

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BRENDA ABNEY 
ROGER ADAMS 

GREGORY ALEXANDER— Band 1-4, Business 
Manager 1, Cross Country 1, Track 1. 
IDA ALLEN 

SANDRA ANDERSON— FBLA 4, GAA 1-3, In- 
tramural Bowling, Latin Club 1. 
VIRGINIA ANDREWS— News Bureau 3-4, Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 

STEVEN APPLEGATE— Choir 2-4, Constitution 
Committee 4, Football 1-4, Intramural Basket- 
ball 3-4, Lettermen's Club 4, "Mr. Topper" Can- 
didate 2, National Honor Society 3-4, PRV 4, 
Master of Ceremonies 4, Senior Class Presi- 
dent, Spanish Honor Society 3-4, "South 
Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
MARY ARMSTRONG 

ROBERT ARNOLD— Astro-Rocket Club 2, Presi- 
dent 2, ROTC 1-4, Drill Team 1-4. 
BRENDA ASHER 



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DONAVON BAILEY— ROTC. 
DRU BAKER— Chess Club 2, GAA 1-3, Student 
Council 1-2. 

PAULA BAKER— National Honor Society 3-4, 
Office Messenger 3, Student Council 1-2. 
DEBORAH BALLARD 

RICHARD BALSBAUGH— Band 1-2, Baseball 1, 
Football 1-2, Lettermen's Club 3-4, Track 1-4. 
DAVE BARBER 
RITA BARGER 
AGATHA BARR 

RICKY BARRY— Hi-Y 4. ROTC 2-3. Drill Team. 
DEBRA BARTHOLOMEW— Business Manager 
3, Librarian 1-4, Office Messenger 4. 
BRENDA BASKERVILLE— Warren Central 1-2, 
Choir 3-4, FBLA 4, FTA 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4. 
MARSHA BAXTER 
JAMES BEATY— ROTC 1-2. 
MICHAEL BECHER— Baseball 1-4, I.U. Honors 
Program to Mexico 3, Lettermen's Club 3-4, 
Mock Election 4, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Spanish Honor Society 3-4, Student Council 
1-4, TOWER 1-2,4, Track 1. 
SHARON BELCHER— History Club 3, Science 
Club 2. 

JACK BELL— Track 1. 

RICHARD BENNETT— Basketball 1, Business 
Manager 3, Intramural Basketball 2-4, Intramu- 
ral Bowling. 

BOBBI BERGDOLL— Cheerblock 1-4, Cheer- 
leader 1-4, Choralaires 2, GAA 1-3, Secretary 
2, Gym Team 4, Jamboree Queen 2, Lyons Club 
Typing Award 3, Madrigals 2-3, Girls' Octet 4, 
PRV 2-4, Student Council 1-4, Assistant Secre- 
tary 4, Vincennes University Cheerleader Camp 
3-4, "Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
PATTI BERGER— Cheerblock 1, GAA 1-2, Li- 
brarian 2-3, Home Economics Club 1-2, Office 
Messenger 4, Stage Crew 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
JOHAN BERNARD— Cross Country 3, Cross 
Country Award 3, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Orchestra 1-2, ROTC 3-4, Subset Club 1, Track 
3-4, Track Award 3. 
JOHN BISHOP— ROTC Staff 2,4, Drill Team 4, 



Rifle Team. 

CAROL BLACK— Ayre's Fashion Board 4, Choir 
3-4, Choralaires 2, Hoosier Girls' State 3, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, PRV 4, Student Coun- 
cil 3, Thespians 4, TOWER 3, "Camelot" 3, 
"Come Over to Our House" 4. 
DAVID BLACKBURN— Intramurals 3-4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4. 
VALENTINA BLINES— Clinic Assistant 2-4. 
CHERYL BOEKANKAMP— Choralaires 4, Make- 
Up Crew 4, Spanish Honor Society 3-4, TOWER 
3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
GERALD BOEKANKAMP— Football 1. 
DONNA BOGIE— GAA 1. 
MARLIN BOTTOM— Baseball 1, Football 1, In- 
tramurals 1-4. 

PAMELA BOWEN— Hornet Honeys 3-4, Jam- 
boree Queen Candidate 2, Mock Election 4, 
PRV 4, Student Council 1-2. 
CONNIE BOYCE— Home Economics Club 1, 
Selofra 1. 

THOMAS BOYD— Baseball 1-4, Basketball 1-4, 
Choir 2, Football 1, Junior Prom King Candi- 
date, Lettermen's Club 3-4, MIP Award in Base- 
ball, Mock Election 4, National Honor Society 
3-4, "South Pacific" 2, Track 1. 
CHARLES BRANDT— Basketball Statistician 4, 
Golf 2-4, HILLTOPPER 2-4, Hoosier Boys' State 

3, Intramurals 4, Mock Election Nationalist 
State Chairman 4, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Treasurer 4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, President 4. 
JEFFREY BRAUN— Stage Crew 2-4. 
DEBORAH BREEDLOVE— Basketball Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 3, Cheerblock 1-3, 
Cheerleader 1,3-4, Cheerleading Camp 3-4, 
Choir 3-4, Hornet Honeys 2, GAA 1-3, PRV 1-2, 
"Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 

ROGER BROCK— Track 1. 
CERISE BROWN— Choir 2, History Club 1-2, 
Home Economics Club 2-3, Science Club 1-3, 
Student Council 3. 
DEBRA BROWN 

ELIZABETH BROWN— Connersville High School 
1, Ball State Art Workshop, Basketball Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, NMQT Award, Student Council. 
HARRY BROWN— Astro-Rocket Club 1-2, 
Treasurer. 

RICHARD BROWN— All-City Orchestra 1-4, All- 
State Orchestra 2-4, District Contest 1,3-4, 
State Contest 3-4, History Club 1, Hi-Y 3-4, 
Vice-President, Madrigals 1-4, National Honor 
Society 3-4, Orchestra 1-4, PRV 2-4, Spanish 
Honor Society 3-4, String Ensemble 3-4, Sub- 
set Club 1. 
BETTY BRYAN 

ANITA BRYDON— Cheerblock 2, Choir 3-4, 
Choralaires 2, Future Nurses Club 2, History 
Club 1, National Honor Society 3-4, Girls' Octet 

4, PRV 4, Spanish Honor Society 3-4, Student 
Council 4, Subset Club 1, Thespians 4, TOWER 
3, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Treasurer 4, "Camelot" 3, 
"Hello Dolly" 4, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
JAMES BYRNE— Baseball 1, Basketball 1-4, 
Cheerblock 4, Constitution Committee, Football 
2-3, Lettermen's Club 2-4, Student Council 
2-4, Track 1-4. 



ROBERTA CADDELL— Cheerblock 1-4, Clinic 
Assistant 4, Hornet Honeys 3-4, GAA 1-4, Girls' 
Track 1-2, Intramural Bowling 3, Intramural 
Gym Team 1, Mock Election 4, PRV 4, Student 
Council 1, Vincennes University Drill Team 
Camp 4. 

CHRISTINE CAIN— GAA 4. 
MARSHA CALVERT— Cheerblock 1-4, GAA 
1-4, Girls' Gym Team 3-4, Girls' Track 1-2, In- 
tramural Gym Team 1-2, Intramural Bowling, 
PRV 3-4, Student Council 1-2. 
JOHN CARIUS— Football 2. 



HAROLD CARR 
KAREN CARR 

NANCY CARTER— Office Messenger 3-4, Atom 
Dust 1. 

DAVID CLARK— Band 1-4, History Club 1, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Stage Crew 1-4, Sub- 
set Club 1, President 1. 
SHELIA CLAY 
JENNIFER COE 

MICHAEL COHEE— ROTC 1-3, Drill Team 1-3. 
CHERYL COLLER— FBLA 1, Office Messenger 
2, Atom Dust 1, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
RANDALL COLLINS— Football 1-2, Model UN, 
Wrestling 1. 

JAMES COMBS— Baseball 3-4, Business 
Manager 2-3, Football 1-4, Lettermen's Club 4, 
PRV 2, Student Council. 
GARY CONWAY— Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 
Football 1-2, Track 1-2, Choir 1-4, Boys' Octet 
2-4, PRV 1-4, Student Council 4, Winter Won- 
derland King 4, "My Fair Lady" 1, "South 
Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4, 
"Come Over to Our House" 4. 
DAVID CONWELL 
LEWIS COREY— Wrestling 1-2. 
ROGER CORNELIUS— Intramural Basketball, 
Projectionist. 

HUGHIE CORNN— Athletic Manager 4, Football 
1-4, Intramural Wrestling 1, Projectionist 1-3, 
Wrestling 1-3. 

WANDA COTNER— Home Economics Club 1-2, 
Office Messenger 4. 

HARRIETT COVERT— GAA 1-2, Intramural 
Gym Team, Intramural Track Team, Latin Club 
1-2, Office Messenger 4. 
DONALD COWAN 

JANET COWGILL— HILLTOPPER 2-4, Editor-in- 
Chief 4, Ball State University Journalism Work- 
shop, First Place Notebook Award, 2, University 
of Minnesota Yearbook Workshop, Production 
Lab Award, 3, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4, PEN POINTS 4, National Honor 
Society 3-4. 
JAMES COWHERD 
DAVID CRAFT 

KATHLEEN CRAMER— Choir 4, Choralaires 
2-3, Library Assistant. 
DONNA CRAVEN— Atom Dust 1, FBLA 2. 
VICKIE CRENSHAW— Certificate for Gregg 
Shorthand, Future Nurses Club 3, Latin Club 3, 
Office Messenger 3-4, Red Cross Club 1. 
JAMES CREWS— Choir 3-4. 
TERRY CRISS— Business Manager 2, Office 
Messenger 1. 
GARY CROWE 



ROBERT DAILEY 
DARLENE DALTON 

PATRICIA DANNER— Band 2-4, "Golden Girl" 
3, Intramural Track Team, First Place in High 
Jump, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Secretary 4. 
RICHARD DAWSON— All-City Orchestra 1-4, 
All-State Orchestra 1-4, Band 1-4, Colors Com- 
mittee, Madrigals 2, News Bureau 3, Optomists' 
Oratorical Contest Winner, Orchestra 1-4, PRV 
2,4, NFL 2-4, Thespians 3, "Music Man" 1, "My 
Fair Lady" 1, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, 
"Hello Dolly" 4. 
DAVID DEAN— Football 1. 
KENNETH DEAN 

RANDALL DEANE— Basketball 1, Football 1-4, 
Junior Prom King Candidate 3, Lettermen's 
Club 3-4, PRV 3-4, Track 1-4, Winter Wonder- 
land King Candidate. 

JOAN DEBOO— Choir 4, Choralaires 3, "Hello 
Dolly" 4. 

CHARLES DEEDS 
JAMES DEEM 

WILLIAM DEETER— Football 1-4, Intramurals 
1-4, Lettermen's Club 3-4, President 4, Na- 



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tional Honor Society 3-4, Student Council 4. 
BONNIE DERINGTON— GAA 1, Junior Prom 
Queen Candidate 3, Office Messenger 4, PRV 4. 
ROBERT DERWIN— Football 1, Intramurals 1-4, 
ROTC 1. 

PAULA DICKENSON— Choir 4, Choralaires 1-3, 
Footlight Revlers Club 1-4, Make-Up Crew 1-4, 
PRV 4, NFL 1-2, Stage Crew 1-4, Student Direc- 
tor 4, "Come Over to Our House" 4, "My Fair 
Lady" 1, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, "Hello 
Dolly" 4. 

DAREL DIERINGER— Football 1-4, Intramural 
Basketball 1-4, Lettermen's Club 4, Track 1-3. 
PATRICK DILLON 

TERRY DOAN— Cheerblock 2, Football Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 3, GAA 1-2, Intramu- 
ral Bowling 3, PRV 4. 
DALE DOBBS 

KANDI DOLL— Cheerblock 1-2, Football Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 3, GAA 1-2, Intramu- 
ral Bowling 3, PRV 4. 
RONALD DONLEY 

KERRY DOUGHTY— Basketball 1, Football 1, 
History Club 1, Intramurals 2-4, "Mr. Topper" 
Candidate 1, Student Council 1-4. 
MICHAEL DUNCAN— History Club 1, ROTC 
1-4, Drill Team. 

JAMES DURHAM— Cross Country 1, Hi-Y 1, 
ROTC 1-3, 500 Art Festival Second Place 
Award. 

JACQUELYNNE DYCH— Cheerblock 1, GAA 1, 
Football Homecoming Queen 3. 



JOHN EASLEY— ROTC 1-3, Rifle Team 2-3, 
"Brown Boy" Candidate 4. 
JOSEPH EASTERDAY— HILLTOPPER 3-4, Pro- 
duction and Business Manager 4, Quill and 
Scroll 3-4, PEN POINTS 4, Intramurals 2, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, President 4, NFL 2-4, 
Vice-President 4, Sectional and Regional 
Speech Awards 3, Student Council 2-3, Track 
1-4. 

JOSEPH EATON— Baseball 1-2, Basketball 3, 
"Brown Boy" Candidate 3, Football 1-4, In- 
tramurals, Lettermen's Club 3-4, Student Coun- 
cil 1 Trsck 1 

MARLENE EATON— Home Economics Club 
1-2, Office Messenger 2-3. 
CHRISTINE EDEN— Basketball Statistician 4, 
Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, FTA 1, Madrigals 2-4, 
Office Messenger 4, PRV 3-4, Selofra 1, Subset 
Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

DAVID EDWARDS— Astro-Rocket Club 1, Latin 
Club 1. 

TRACY ELLIS— Baseball 1, Basketball 1-4, Jun- 
ior Prom King 3, Lettermen's Club 2-4, National 
Honor Society 3-4, Track 1-4. 
ELIZABETH ELSEY— Clinic Assistant 4, GAA 
1-3, Office Messenger 1-4, PRV 4. 
JAMES ERVIN 

CHARLOTTE ESTEB— GAA 2, Office Messen- 
ger 2, Stage Crew 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. 
RANDALL EVANS— Baseball 1-4. 
KENNETH EVENS— Athletic Manager 1-3, 
Choir 2-4, Student Council 2-4, Winter Wonder- 
land King Candidate 3, "South Pacific" 2, 
"Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 



LOUISE FARMER— Constitution Committee, 
French Honor Society 3-4, Vice-President 3, 
HILLTOPPER 3-4, Associate Editor 4, History 
Club 1 , National Honor Society 3-4, PRV 4, Quill 
and Scroll 3-4, Student Council 4, Subset Club 
1, PEN POINTS 4, University of Minnesota 
Yearbook Workshop 3. 



BERNARD FENDLEY— Basketball 1-2, Cheer- 
block 1-2, Cross Country 1-4, Football 1-4, Let- 
termen's Club 2-4, Track 1-4, Wrestling 1-2. 
RICK FINN— Football, Track, Wrestling. 
TERRY FLYNN— Baseball 1, Track 1. 
PATRICIA FOLEY— Cheerblock 1. 
JOHN FOSTER— Color Guard 3-4, Drill Team 
3-4, ROTC 3-4, Rifle Team 3. 
TERI FOX— Girls' Track Team 1 , Office Messen- 
ger 3-4,Tri-Hi-Y 3. 



LARRY GAMBILL— Baseball 1, Track 1. 
MONTE GARDNER— Baseball 1, Basketball 
1-2, History Club 1-2, Hi-Y 2-3, Indiana State 
Summer Seminar 1, ROTC 1-4, ROTC Drill 
Team 1-4, Subset Club 1, Track 1. 
SANDRA GARRETT— All-City Orchestra 1-4, 
All-State Orchestra 1-4, Footlight Revlers 2-4, 
Model UN 3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Vice-President 4, Orchestra 1-4, PRV 1,4, NFL 
2-4, Spanish Honor Society 3-4, String Ensem- 
ble 3-4, Thespians 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4. 
PATTI GAUSE 

CHARMAYNE GILLESPIE— Office Messenger 3, 
Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
MICHAEL GLASS 
SUSAN GODBY 
PAMELA GOLDSBERRY 
DELIA GONZOLEZ— Office Messenger 1, Span- 
ish Honor Society 2. 

JOSEPH GOTEE— Football 3, Intramurals 4. 
BYRON GOTT— Band 2-3, Baseball 1-4, In- 
tramural Basketball 1-4, Track 1. 
KAREN GRACE— Choir 3-4, Choralaires 2, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Office Messenger 1,- 
3-4, "Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
JEFFREY GRAY— Football 1, Wrestling 1. 
BARRY GREEN— Baseball 1-2, Basketball 1-2, 
Football 1-4, Intramurals 3-4, Lettermen's Club 
4, PRV 4, Track 1. 
EDDIE GRIDER 
GREGORY GRIFFO 

BEVERLY GROSS— Chess Club 2, History Club 
2, Office Messenger 4. 

SHERRY GROVE— Business Manager 1-3, 
Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, Colors Committee, 
National Honor Society 3-4, Office Messenger 
1-3, PRV 4, Student Council 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, 
"Come Over to Our House" 4, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
CATHERINE G'SELL— Student Council 2, 
TOWER 3. 



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DAVID HAGY— All-City Music Camp, American 
Legion Award, Boys' Octet 3-4, Chess Club 1, 
Choir 3-4, Footlight Revelers Club 1-4, Vice- 
President 4, Madrigals 2-4, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, Orchestra 1-4, PRV 2-4, Science Club 
3, President 3, Atom Dust 1,4, Editor 4, Stu- 
dent Council 1, Subset Club 1, Treasurer 1, 
Thespians 3-4, "High Window" 2, "Jiminy Cin- 
ders" 3, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
BARBARA HAHN— All-State Orchestra 2,4, Al- 
trusa Award 3, Ball State University Journalism 
Workshop 3, National Honor Society 3-4, Or- 
chestra 1-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Selofra 1, 
Spanish Honor Society 3-4, Secretary 3, Vice- 
President 4, TOWER 2-4, Co-editor 4, PEN 
POINTS 2-4, Editor 3. 

ROBERT HALLETT— National Honor Society 
3-4, Spanish Honor Society 2-4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4. 

DANNY HAMMER— Business Manager 2-4, In- 
tramural Basketball 1-4, Student Council 3-4, 
Track 1-2 
BARBARA HANNEMANN— Business Manager 



2-4, Office Messenger 2, Selofra 1. 
BEVERLY HARDY— Choir 1-2. 
DIANA HARLAN— Atom Dust 1, Book Discus- 
sion Club President, Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, 
Chess Club 1, History Club 1-2, Office Messen- 
ger 1-2. 

GARY HARLOW— Football 1-3, Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1-4, Wrestling 1-2. 
STEVE HARRINGTON 

ERNEST HARSIN— Basketball and Football 
Manager 1-4, Herbie A. Vertrees Award. 
DAN HARTILL— First Place, Class 'A' Division 
AIA Drafting Award. 

DEBRA HARTLE— Cheerblock 1-4, GAA 1-4, 
Selofra 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 2. 
DAVID HARTLEY— Orchestra 1-4, National 
Honor Society 3-4, String Ensemble. 
ROBERT HARTON— Basketball 1-4. 
HAROLD HAUGH— Debate Team 3-4, NFL 2. 
PAMELA HAWKINS— Future Nurses Club 4, Of- 
fice Messenger 3-4. 
JAMES HAYES 

DENNIS HAYGOOD— Basketball 1, "Brown 
Boy" 4, Football 1-4, Lettermen's Club 3-4, 
Student Council 2-4, Track 1-2. 
CAROL HENDERSON— Choir 4, Choralaires 3, 
Hornet Honeys 3-4, History Club 1, Office Mes- 
senger 1, PRV 4. 

SANDRA HENDERSON— History Club 2-4, 
Secretary-Treasurer, Spanish Honor Society 
3-4, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
LUIS HERNENDEZ 
REBECCA HERREN 

ROXANNE HICKS— Clinic Assistant 2-4, Jam- 
boree Queen Candidate 2, Student Council 1. 
MARK HIDINGER 
JANICE HIGH 
MICHAEL HILLENBURG 
PAMELA HILLIGOSS— Choralaires 3-4, PRV 4, 
Football Homecoming Queen Candidate 2. 
THOMAS HINES 
JAMES HOLMES 
KATHERINE HOPKINS 
KEVIN HOUPPERT— Wrestling 1-4. 
RICHARD HUDDLESTON 
CHARLES HUGHES— Audio-Visual Club 2-3, 
Astro-Rocket Club 2, Footlight Revlers Club 
1-4, ROTC 1-4, Stage Crew 1-4, Thespians 2-4, 
Bowling 3, "Come Over to Our House" 4, "Hello 
Dolly" 4, Student Director 4. 
JOYCE HUTCHINSON 



IVAN IRONS 



JILL JACKSON— Cheerblock 1, GAA 1-2, Stu- 
dent Council 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Football Homecom- 
ing Queen Candidate 1, Basketball 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 1, Girls' Gym 
Assistant 2-3, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
ANNA JEFFRIES 

FRED JENKINS— Choir 1, PRV 1, ROTC Staff 
Sgt. 3, Athletic Manager. 
STEVEN JEWELL— Intramural Basketball 1-4. 
Football 4, Baseball 3, PEN POINTS 3. 
LESLIE JOHNSON 

BEVERLY JONES— Office Messenger 4, Selofra 
1. 
JO ANN JONES 



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VICTORIA KEETAY— National Honor Society 
3-4, Atom Dust 4. PEN POINTS 2. Co-editor 2. 
STEVEN KELSHAW 



DANIEL KERKHOFF— ROTC Rifle Team 4, 
ROTC Boys' Drill Team 2-3, C/NCO of the 
Month. 

KARL KERKHOFF 
ROBERT KING 
RICHARD KINGSBURY 

LYLENE KIRKWOOD— Cheerblock 1, Orchestra 
3. 

EUGENE KLEIN— Astro-Rocket Club, Vice- 
President 3, History Club 1, Subset Club 1, 
Treasurer 1. 
DEBRA KNOOP 

DAVID KNOY— Student Council 1-4, Treasurer 
4, Colors Committee. 

ROBERT KOSCHKA— Intramural Basketball. 
PANAGIOTI KOSTARIDES 
ROBIN KRAESZIG— Spanish Honor Society 4, 
Stage Crew 4, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
ANITA KROEGER— Latin Club Consul 3-4, 
Stage Crew 3-4, "Come Over to Our House" 4, 
Mock Election 4. 

RALPH KUBIAK— Latin Club 2-3, Football 1. 
RICHARD KUTCHE— Lettermen's Club 3-4, 
Football 1-4, Basketball 1-2, Intramurals 3-4, 
Most Valuable Football Player Award 4. 



WHITNEY LAKE 

ANDREA LAMB— Office Messenger 1-4, Span- 
ish Honor Society 3-4, National Honor Society 
3-4. 

KENNETH LANE 

BETTY LANMAN— Home Economics Club 1 , Of- 
fice Messenger 1 , Atom Dust 1 , Tri-Hi-Y 3, Selo- 
fra 1, Library Assistant 3-4. 
GARY LARISON— ROTC 1, Football 2. 
TERESA LARISON 

MARY LAUCK— Cheerblock 2-3, GAA 4, Home 
Economics Club 3, Vice-President 3, Office 
Messenger 4, Student Council 1,2,4. 
JANICE LAUGHLIN— Office Messenger 3, In- 
tramural Bowling 3. 

PAULA LAUNER— Choir 2-4, Office Messenger 
3-4, Student Council 1-2, "Golden Girl" Candi- 
date 4. 

MICHAEL LAWRENCE 
MICHAEL LAWSON 

LESLIE LEAMON— Cheerblock 1, GAA 1, Office 
Messenger 3-4, Jamboree Queen Candidate 4. 
JOSEPH LEE 

MARCIA LEE— Cheerblock 1, Stage Crew 3, 
Jamboree Queen Candidate 2, National Honor 
Society 3-4. 

PHYLLIS LEE— HILLTOPPER 3, Spanish Honor 
Society 3-4, Secretary 4. 
JOYCE LESNET— Business Manager 3, Office 
Messenger 3-4. 

GUENTER LINDE— ROTC 3, Two ROTC Awards, 
ROTC Drill Team 3, Bowling League 4. 
ROXANNA LONG— Business Manager 1, Choir 
2-4, Atom Dust Editor 3-4, NFL 4, Stage Crew 
1, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, "Hello 
Dolly" 4. 

DAVID LUTZ— Audio-Visual Club. 
ROBERT LYNCH— Band 4. 
JOHN LYONS— Baseball 1, Football 1-4, In- 
tramural Basketball 3-4, Lettermen's Club 3-4, 
Track 1. 



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DAN MANERS— Atom Dust 2. 
MARCIA MATHIES— Footlight Revelers Club 
1-3, Latin Club 1-2, News Bureau 4, PRV 3, 
Stage Crew 1 -4, Subset Club 1 , TOWER 4, PEN 
POINTS 1-3, "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
STEVEN MATHIS— Business Manager 4, Cheer- 



block 3, Chess Club 1-3, Lettermen's Club 3-4, 
Student Council 4, Basketball, Football, and 
Wrestling Manager 2-4, Senior Play Props 4. 
EDWARD MATTHEWS 

JANIS MAUDLIN— Cheerblock 1-3, GAA 1-4, 
PRV 4, Stage Crew 4, TOWER 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
CAROL MAXFIELD— Footlight Revelers Club 1, 
Office Messenger 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4. 
DONALD MAY 
LARRY MAY— Golf 1. 

craig Mccarty 

ELIZABETH McCLURE— GAA 1-2, Office Mes- 
senger 2-4, PRV 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Color Committee 
4. 

JOSEPH McCOLLEY— Choir 3, PRV 1-4, Stu- 
dent Council 1,3-4, City Council Representative 
4, "Camelot" 3. 
BEVERLY McCOY 
KEVIN McGOVERN 

teresa Mclaughlin 

ANGELA McLEOD 

DANNY McMAHAN— Intramural Basketball. 
ROGER McNEILL— Choir 3-4, Madrigals 1-4, 
Orchestra 2-4, PRV 2-4, Atom Dust 3, TOWER 

3, Intramural Bowling 1, Indiana State Honors 
Program 4, "Come Over to Our House" 4, 
"Hello Dolly" 4. 

JULIE McNEW— Cheerblock 1-2, GAA 1-4, 
Home Economics Club 1-2, Office Messenger 
1-2, Girls' Track Team 1-4. 
TED McQUADE— National Honor Society 3-4. 
LINDA McQUEEN— Choralaires 3. 
REBECCA McWILLIAMS— Band 1, Chess Club 
1, National Honor Society 3-4, Atom Dust 2, 
Subset Club 1, ROTC Sponsor 3-4, Military Ball 
Queen Candidate 3, NCTE Award. 
RONALD MEADOWS— Intramural Bowling 1, 
Stage Crew 1-4, Thespians 4. 
PATRICIA MEDCALFE 

CHERYL MEE— Cheerblock 2, Hornet Honeys 
3-4, GAA 1, PRV 4, Student Council 1-4, City 
Student Council Representative, Block's Fash- 
ion Board 4, Jamboree Queen Candidate 1, 
"Golden Girl" 4. 

DWIGHT MEYER— Band 1-4, Football 3-4. 
ROBERT MINDACH 

LOUDENE MILLER— Cheerblock 1, GAA 1. 
DARILYN MITTENDORF— Cheerblock 1-2, Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 

KENT MOCAS— Intramurals. 
DANIEL MONSCHEIN— Hi-Y 3, Secretary- 
Treasurer, ROTC 2, Intramural Basketball 3-4. 
JEFFREY MOORE— Golf 2-4, Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1-4, Lettermen's Club 4. 
JANET MORAND— Cheerblock 2, Choir 4, 
Choralaires 3, GAA 1, PRV 4, Student Council 

4, "Hello Dolly" 4. 

JACQUELIN MORGAN— Choralaires 3-4, 
"Golden Girl" Candidate 3, PRV 4. 
STEPHEN MORGAN— Choir 2-4, Footlight Rev- 
elers Club 3-4, Latin Club 1-4, Treasurer 2, 
National Honor Society 3-4, Boys' Octet 3-4, 
PRV 3-4, Atom Dust 4, NFL 2-4, President 4, 
Thespians 3-4, Voice of Democracy Speech 
Award, "Come Over to Our House" 4, "Jiminy 
Cinders" 3, "Camelot" 3, "South Pacific" 2, 
"Hello Dolly" 4. 
DEBORAH MORROW 

MICHELE MOSLEY— GAA 1-3, Basketball 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 1, Intramural 
Gym Team 1-2. 

DAWN MOXEY— FBLA 3-4, President 3, History 
Club 1-2, Secretary 2, Vice-President 2, Office 
Messenger 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Vice-President 4, 
DAR Award 4, Sweetheart Ball Queen 2, Make- 
Up Crew 4. 

MARIA MURDICK— Band 1-3, Home Economics 
Club 1-2, Latin Club 1-2, Orchestra 4. 
JAMES MURPHY— Audio-Visual Club 2-4, As- 
tro-Rocket Club 1, Subset Club 1. 
JO ANN MURPHY— Business Manager 2-4. 
BOBBY MUSE— Latin Club 1-3, National Honor 
Society 3-4, Office Messenger 1-3, Football 1. 



N 



MICHAEL NEAL— Football 1, intramurals 1-3. 
STEVE NEAL— Stage Crew 1-4, Thespians 3-4. 
JAMES NEWPORT— Band 1-2, Cross Country, 
Football 1, Track 1, Wrestling 1, Cathedral. 
SHEILA NICHOLSON— Spanish Honor Society 
3-4. 

VICKY NICHOLSON— Band 1-4, French Honor 
Society 2-3, FTA 1, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Orchestra 3-4, Science Club 2-4, Atom Dust 
3-4, American Legion Award 3. 
JACK NICKLESON 

PATRICIA NICKOLAUS— Band 1-4, Orchestra 
2-4, Mock Election 4. 
PAUL NIEMANN 
KEITH NOLAND 
BONNIE NORTON— FBLA 4. 
ALICE NOXON— Clinic Assistant 3, PRV 4, Mis- 
tress of Ceremonies 4, "Come Over to Our 
House" 4, NFL 3-4, Selofra 1. 



MARCIA OLIVER— PRV 4. 

KATHRYN O'NEIL— GAA 1. 

DEBRA ONEY— FBLA 3-4, Home Economics 

Club 1-3, Atom Dust 1. 

KATHY ORR— Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, History 

Club 1, Office Messenger 1, Student Council 

3-4, "Hello Dolly' 4. 

LARRY OTT— Basketball 1, Student Council 

1-2. 

JAMES OWENSBY 



BARBARA PASH— News Bureau Chief 3. 
RONALD PASTRICK 

RANDALL PATEE— Baseball 2-4, Intramural 
Basketball 1,3-4. 
MICHAEL PATTISON 
WILLIAM PATTISON 
JAMES PEACOCK— Hi-Y 3. 
JACQUE PEAYLOR— GAA 1, Office Messenger 
2, Student Council 1. 

LAURA PENCE— Cheerblock 1, Hornet Honeys 
2-4, Co-Captain 4, Footlight Revelers Club 1, 
GAA 1, PRV 4, TOWER 3-4, Make-Up Crew, 
"Food" 3. 

STEVE PETERS— Astro-Rocket Club 2. 
DEBRA PETTICORD 

KATHY PHELPS— Business Manager 1-4, 
Cheerblock 1, National Honor Society 3-4, PRV 
4, News Bureau 3-4, TOWER 2-4, Co-Editor 4, 
PEN POINTS 3-4, High School Press Institute- 
Syracuse University. 

RALPH PEIRCY— Student Council 3-4, TOWER 
4, Football 1, Track 1, Baseball 1-4, Wrestling 
3-4, Basketball Intramurals, Senior Class Sec- 
ond Vice-President, Constitution Committee 4. 
DAVID PILAND— Madrigals 3-4, ROTC 1-2, 
Football, Intramural Basketball. 
SUZANNE PINKMAN— Business Manager 1-3, 
Hornet Honeys 4, Office Messenger 2-3, Stu- 
dent Council 1-2, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Junior Prom 
Queen Candidate 3. 
NEIL PINNEY— Latin Club 2. 
DONNA PINNICK 
PATRICIA PLOWMAN 
HARRY POLING 

CHARLES POLLARD— Student Council 1-2, 
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball. 
ANITA POWERS— Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, 
FBLA 1-2, Home Economics Club 2, National 
Honor Society 3-4, Office Messenger 3, Stu- 
dent Council 1 , ROTC Sponsor 3, ROTC Military 
Ball Queen Candidate 3, "Hello Dolly" 4, Colors 
Committee 4. 
ELAINE POWERS— FBLA Vice-President 4. 



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DANIEL POYNTER— Football 1-3, Baseball 1-2, 

Track 1-4, Intramural Basketball. 

CORNELIA PREUSS 

SHERRI PRICE 

MARY PRIESHOFF— Orchestra 3-4. 

DOUGLAS PRIEST— Hi-Y 2-3, News Bureau 3, 

ROTC 4, Rifle Team 3, TOWER 2-3, Boys' Drill 

Team. 

JOAN PROCTOR 

MICHAEL PRYOR 

LARRY PUCKETT 

ROBERT PYLAND 



JOE QUINN— Atom Dust 2, Wrestling 1-2, In- 
tramural Wrestling 1. 

LILIANA QUINONES— Footlight Revelers Club 
1-3, French Honor Society 2-4, FTA 1-4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Office Messenger 4, 
Quill and Scroll 3-4, Atom Dust 2-3, Subset 
Club 1, TOWER 1-3, PENPOINTS Editor 4, 
Make-Up Crew 2-4. 



KATHERINE RAGLAND— Choir 4, Choralaires 
3, Hornet Honeys 3-4, PRV 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
ROBERT RAINBOLT 
TERRY RASH— Choir 3-4. 
RONALD RATLIFF— Football Manager 2-3, 
Wrestling Manager 2-3. 
MELINDA REDMAN— Arlington 1-2, Cheer- 
block 1-2, GAA 1, TOWER 3. 
STEVEN REED— Lettermen's Club 4, Football 
1-4, Baseball 1, Intramural Basketball 1-4, 
Track 1, "Mr. Topper" Candidate 3, Constitu- 
tion Committee 4. 

WILLIAM REED— Football 1-3, ROTC, Drill 
Team 2-4, Student Council 3-4, Subset Club 1. 
CRAIG REINHARDT— Baseball 1,3, Basketball 
1-4, Football 1-3, Track 1, Lettermen's Club 
2-4, Most Valuable Player Basketball Award 3, 
Student Council 1-4, Parliamentarian 4, "Come 
Over to Our House" 4, Senior Class Assistant 
Treasurer 4. 

JUDY REINKEN— Business Manager 2-4, 
Cheerblock 1-2, GAA 1-2, Student Council 4, 
TOWER 4, Selofra 1, Football Homecoming 
Queen Candidate 4, Colors Committee 4. 
ROBERTA REPPHAN— Cheerblock 1-3, GAA 
1-2, History Club 1, Vice-President 1, National 
Honor Society 3-4, PRV 4, Spanish Honor So- 
ciety 4, Student Council 1, Gym Assistant 4. 
PHILLIP RICE— News Bureau 3, TOWER 2-3. 
DANIEL RICHARDSON— Basketball 1, Intramu- 
ral Basketball 3-4, Golf 1-4, Lettermen's Club 
3-4, National Honor Society 3-4. 
CYNTHIA RIDER 
ROSE RIOS— PRV 4. 
SAMUEL RIOS— PRV 4. 
JUDITH RIPPETH— Band 1-4, Chess Club 2-4, 
Vice-President 4, GAA 1, Orchestra 3-4, In- 
tramural Bowling 1-4. 

CAROL ROBARDS— Cheerblock 2, Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1-2, Student Council 3, Tri-Hi-Y 
3-4, Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3. 
ERIC ROBINSON— Football 1-4, Intramural 
Basketball 2-4, Lettermen's Club 4, PRV 4. 
ELIZABETH ROBLING— Clinic Assistant 2-3, 
PRV 4, Basketball Homecoming Queen Candi- 
date 2. 

RAQUEL RODRIQUEZ 

CAROL ROEMBKE— Lafayette Central Catholic 
1-2, PRV 4. 

DAVID ROGERS— Baseball 1-2, Basketball 1-4, 
Football 1,3-4, Lettermen's Club 4, National 
Honor Society 3-4, Student Council 3-4, Presi- 
dent 4, National and State Student Council Con- 
ventions 4, "Mr. Topper" Candidate 2. 



DONALD ROGERS— ROTC 1-4, ROTC Com- 
mandants Award 3, Color Guard 4, Student 
Council 1. 
JOHN ROSEBROCK 

LOTTIE ROSENBAUM— Warren Central 1-2, 
Cheerblock 1-2, Home Economics Club 1-2. 
MICHAEL ROSS 

TERRY ROTH— Baseball 1, Wrestling 1-2. 
ROBERT RUPE 

WILLIAM RUTAN— Astro-Rocket Club 2, Chess 
Club 4, Treasurer 4, History Club 2, Orchestra 
3, Science Club 1, Rosepoly Summer Institute, 
First Place in Howe Science Fair 3. 



THERESA SADOWICZ— Cheerblock 1, Office 
Messenger 2, PRV 4, Student Council 4, Selofra 

1, Football Jamboree Candidate 3. 
CHRISTINE SALTER— Choralaires 3-4, Office 
Messenger 2. 

JAMES SANDERS 

STEPHEN SCANLON 

GARY SCHICK 

MIKE SCHLENZ 

STEVE SCHMIDLIN— Football 1-2, Intramural 

Basketball 1. 

SUSAN SCHMIDT 

BEVERLY SCHROERING 

JACK SCOTT 

JANICE SCOTT 

KENT SCOTT— Student Council 2-3, Golf 2-3. 

REBECCA SEHR 

NICHOLAS SGRO— Audio-Visual Club 1-4. 

LINDA SHAFER 

CRAIG SHAKER 

TOM SHANKLIN 

DEBORAH SHERRILL 

DONALD SHOCKNEY— Orchestra 1-2, PEN 

POINTS 3, PRV 4, Stage Crew 1-2. 

PAUL SHORT— Football 2-3, Intramurals 1-4, 

Wrestling 2. 

DENNIS SHRUM 

MICHAEL SIMMONS— Football 1, Wrestling 

1-4, Lettermen's Club 3-4. 

ANITA SKEES— GAA 1, Home Economics Club 

2, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
SHEILA SMALLING 
JANET SMITH 

KANDACE SMITH— GAA 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
NANCY SMITH— Hornet Honeys 2-4, Co-Cap- 
tain 4, GAA 1-2, Madrigals 2-3, National Honor 
Society 3-4, PRV 4, Student Council 1, Junior 
Prom Queen, Senior Class Vice-President, Col- 
ors' Committee 4. 
PATRICIA SNIDER— GAA 1. 
PAULA SOMMERS— Home Economics Club 1. 
MICHAEL SPEARS 
TERESA SPEARS 
MICHAEL SPRINKLE— ROTC 1-3. 
RITA SQUIRES 
KENNETH STANLEY 
KATHY STAPP— Office Messenger 3. 
LINDA STEFFEN 
GARY STEINBUCH 

JANE STEPHENSON— Band 1-4, HILLTOPPER 
2-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Quill and 
Scroll 3-4. 
MARIE STICKLE 

MARK STILES— ROTC 1-4, Rifle Team 4, Drill 
Team 2-4, Color Guard 2-3. 
PAUL STORM— "Mr. Topper" Candidate. 
WILLIAM STRIBY— Astro-Rocket Club 1, Chess 
Club 1, Choir 2-4, Student Council 3, Basket- 
ball Manager 1, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 

3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 

KATHRYN STRUCK— Office Assistant. 
DONALD SULGROVE— Chess Club 1-4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Subset Club 1, Secre- 
tary 1, Quiz Team Alternate. 
MARY SULLIVAN— Cheerblock 3, National 
Honor Society 3-4, News Bureau 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 



"Come Over to Our House" 4. 
THOMAS SUMMIT— Lettermen's Club 3-4, Stu- 
dent Council 1, Baseball 1, Basketball 1-2, 
Football 1-4, Junior Prom King Candidate. 



DELBERT TAYLOR— ROTC 2. 
ANNETTE TEPNER— Band 1-2, National Honor 
Society 3-4, NCTE Runner-up. 
CHARLES TERRILL— Astro-Rocket Club 1, 
Treasurer 1, Business Manager 4, Chess Club 
1-2, History Club 1, National Honor Society 
3-4, Subset Club 1, Vice-President 1, Quiz 
Team Alternate 1-4. 

TOMMY TERRY— Latin Club 1-2, Football 1-2. 
JEFFREY THOMAS— Track. 
MARCIA THOMAS— Choir 4, Choralaires 3, 
French Honor Society 2-3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, Secretary 4, Student Council 3-4, 
Subset Club 1 , Tri-Hi-Y 3, Intramural Bowling 4. 
PAUL THOMAS— Band 1-4, Business Manager 
1 , Chess Club 2-3, President 4, Choir 3-4, Foot- 
light Revelers Club 3-4, History Club 3-4, Let- 
termen's Club 1-4, National Honor Society 3-4, 
Boys' Octet 4, Orchestra 1, PRV 1-4, Student 
Council 1-4, Junior Class Representative, Vice- 
President 4, Thespian 4, Tennis 1-4, MVP 1-4, 
Captain 4, City Champion 4, ISHAA State Final- 
ist 4, Intramural Basketball 1-3, Intramural 
Bowling 3, Veterans of Foreign Wars Certificate 
3, Mock Election Governor 4, Constitution Com- 
mittee, Pep Band 3-4. 

REX THOMAS— Choir 2-4, Orchestra 3-4, PRV 
1-4, String Ensemble 4, All-City Orchestra 4. 
CHARLES THOMPSON 

MARJORIE THOMPSON— French Honor So- 
ciety 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, President 3, 
FTA 1-2, History Club 1-2,4, Office Messenger 
3. 

MICHAEL THOMPSON— Football 1-2. 
PAMELA THOMPSON— Clinic Assistant 1, Of- 
fice Messenger 2, Spanish Honor Society 1, Tri- 
Hi-Y 1. 

RICHARD THOMPSON— ROTC 1-4, Drill Team, 
Intramural Bowling. 

LEONARD THORNBURG— Choir 1-4, Letter- 
men's Club 2-4, Student Council 1-4, Baseball 
1-4, Basketball 1-4, Track 1, Football 1-4, Win- 
ter Wonderland King Candidate 4, "My Fair 
Lady" 1, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3, "Hello 
Dolly" 4, Carl Speiss Award. 
DANIEL THROCKMORTON— PRV 4, Wrestling 
1, Stage Crew 3, V.C. Moore Crafts Award. 
MICHAEL THROCKMORTON— Lettermen's 
Club 3-4, PRV 4, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Wres- 
tling. 

TALTA TOMS 

WILLIAM TOTTEN— Choir 2-4, Hi-Y 2-4, 
President 3, President 4, Subset Club 1 
3-4, "South Pacific" 2, "Camelot" 3. 
JAMES TURNER— Hi-Y 3, Second Place- 
Festival of Arts 4. 



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DAVID UTIGARD— Band 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 
Orchestra 1, PRV 2, Track, Football. 



BARBARA VAN HOOSIER— Choralaires, Foot- 
light-Revelers Club 4, GAA 1 . Office Messenger 
2-4, Thespians 1 , "Come Over to Our House" 4. 
PETER VAN MAAREN— Chess Club 1 -3. History 
Club 1. Lettermen's Club 1-4, Science Club 1. 



Subset Club 1, Track 1, Cross Country 1-3, 
Track 4, Ray Bowman Memorial Award. 
DANIEL VERMILLION— Choir 3-4, Madrigals 
3-4, Student Council 3-4, Football 1 , Basketball 
1, Intramural Basketball 3-4. 
JEFFERY VETETO— Student Council 1-2, Foot- 
ball 1-2, Winter Wonderland King Candidate 1. 
RANDY VINCENT 
MAX VOIGT— Crawfordsville High School 1-3. 



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RALPH WADSWORTH— Cheerblock 4, Foot- 
light Revelers Club 4, History Club 4, Hi-Y 3-4, 
PRV 4, NFL 3-4, Spanish Honor Society 3-4, 
Stage Crew 4, Student Council 4, Thespians 4, 
TOWER 4, PEN POINTS 3-4, Speech, Debate 
Teams 3-4, Intramurals 3-4, Track 4, "Come 
Over to Our House" 4, "A Thing of Beauty", 
"Hello Dolly" 4, Knights of Columbus Oratorical 
Contest, State Finalist, American Legion and 
VFW Oratorical Contest Certificates, Herbie 
Hornet 4, Mock Election 4. 
CHERYL WALKER— Cheerblock 1-4, Choir Ac- 
companist 3-4, Hornet Honeys 2-4, Captain 4, 
GAA 2, National Honor Society 3-4, Girls' Octet 
4, PRV 2,4, Atom Dust 3-4, Subset Club 1, 
Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, President 4, Intramural Bowling 3, 
"Come Over to Our House" 4, "Camelot" 3, 
"Hello Dolly" 4, National Merit Letter of Com- 
mendation, Girls' State 3. 
TOM WALKER— Choir 1-4, "South Pacific" 2, 
"Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
REX WALKUP— Intramurals. 
GARY WALTERS— ROTC 1-4, Battalion Execu- 
tive Officer, Drill Team Commander, Outstand- 
ing Boys' Drill Team Member Award 4, Drill 



Team 2-4. 

STEPHEN WALTON— Football 4, Intramurals 2. 
BETSY WARD 
DEBORAH WARNER 

DIANA WATSON— GAA 1-2, Business Manager 
1-2, National Honor Society 3-4, Office Mes- 
senger 4, Atom Dust 2, Student Council 1, 
ROTC Sponsor 3, Cheerleader 1, Junior Prom 
Queen Candidate, Colors Committee 4. 
RANDY WEBB— Band 1-4. 
DAVID WEINTRAUT— Chess Club 3, History 
Club 1-3, Secretary-Treasurer, ROTC 1-4, 
Science Club 4, ROTC Color Guard 1-4, Color 
Guard Commander. 

DENNIS WEST— Business Manager 3-4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Student Council 2-4, 
Cross Country 1,3, Track 1,2, Baseball 1,3, In- 
tramural Basketball 1-4. 
JACK WHEATLEY— Cross Country 1. 
DENNIS WHITE— Chess Club 1, Baseball 1, In- 
tramural 1,3-4. 
GREGORY WHITE— ROTC 1-2. 
MARY WHITED 
STEVE WHITED 

STEVE WHITLOCK— Boys' Concert Club 4. 
MICHAEL WIENEKE— Football 1-4, Co-Captain 
4, "Mr. Topper" Candidate 3, All-City Defense 
Team 4. 

DONALD WILDRICK— Cross Country 1, Track 
2-3. 

GAR.Y WILEY 
MARK WILLEY— PRV 4. 
PAMELA WILLIAMS 
MARGARET WILSON 

MICHELLE WILSON— French Honor Society 3, 
GAA 1-3, Gym Team 4, PRV 4. 
BECKY WINDSOR— Selofra 1. 
GARY WINKO— Atom Dust 4, Wrestling 2, In- 
tramural Basketball 1,4. 



RHONDA WITHEM 

PAUL WOERNER— Baseball 1-2, Football 1-2, 
Intramural Basketball 1-4. 
LISA WOOD— Cheerblock 1 , GAA 1 , Office Mes- 
senger 3, Orchestra 1-3, Make-Up Crew. 
DENNIS WOOTAN— Choir 3-4, Hi-Y 2, Student 
Council 1,3-4, Intramural Basketball 2-4, 
"Camelot" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4. 
ANNE WRANCHER— Home Economics 2,4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3-4, Office Messenger 3-4, 
TOWER 4. 

DEBORAH WYNN— Choir 4, Choralaires 2-3, 
History Club 1-2, Office Messenger 1,3, Tri- 
Hi-Y 3, "Come Over to Our House" 4, "Hello 
Dolly" 4, Make-Up Crew. 
JANICE WYNNE 

RICHARD WYSONG— Audio-Visual Club 1,3, 
Student Council 1,3, Baseball 1, Intramural 
Basketball 2-3, Boys' Concert Club 4, Constitu- 
tion Committee 4. 



JUDITH ZANDER— Latin Club 3, Stage Crew 2, 
Tri-Hi-Y 3, ROTC Sponsor 3-4, "Come Over to 
Our House" 4. 

MICHAEL ZARING— ROTC 1-2, NFL 1-4, Sub- 
set Club 1 , "Come Over to Our House" 4, Color 
Guard. 

KATHLEEN ZELENAK— History Club 1. 
DANIEL ZIMMERMANN— Intramural Basketball 
2-3. 

DAVID ZIMMERMAN— Track 1-3, Cross Coun- 
try 1-3, Football 4. 

TIMOTHY ZWICKL— National Honor Society 
3-4. 









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ACTIVITIES 



Administration 20 

Art Department 50 

Assemblies 84 

Astro Rocket 78 

Athletic Managers 114 

Atom Dust 78 

Audio Visual 82 

Band 94 

Baseball, Reserve and Freshman 136 

Baseball. Varsity 134 

Basketball, Reserve and Freshman 126 

Basketball, Varsity 124 

Brown and Gold Dance 104 

Business Department 40 

Business Managers 82 

Cafeteria Workers 22 

Cheerleaders 112 

Chess Club 80 

Choir 98 

Choralaires 100 

Coaches 114 

Counselors 20 

Cross Country 122 

Custodians 22 

Debate Team 72 

Drill Team 110 

English Department 26 

Football, Reserve and Freshman 120 

Football. Varsity 116 

Freshman 146 

Future Business Leaders of America 76 

Future Teachers of America 77 

GAA 108 

Golf 140 

Gym Team 109 

Hilltopper 68 

History Club 80 

Hi-Y 74 

Home Economics Club 77 

Home Economics Department 44 

Honoranes 56 

Industrial Arts Department 46 

Intramurals 1 14 

Juniors 162 

Language Department 34 

Latin Club 58 

Letterman's Club 110 

Library 28 

Madrigals 98 

Math Department 36 

Men's 400 Club 24 

Military Ball 102 

Mock Election 32 

Musical 86 

Music Department 52 

National Forensic League 72 

National Honor Society 56 

News Bureau 70 

Octets 100 

Office Messengers 82 

Office Staff 22 

Orchestra 96 

PTA 24 

Pep Band 110 

Physical Education Department 48 

Plays 92 

Pleasant Run Varieties 88 

Quill and Scroll 58 

Quiz Team 72 

Queens 112 

Revelers-Thespians 92 

ROTC and ROTC Sponsors 42 

Scholastic Awards 60 

Science Club 78 

Science Department 38 

Senior Play 90 

Seniors 168 

Social Studies Department 30 

Spanish Honor Society 58 

Sophomores 154 

Stage Crew 92 

Student Council 62 

Student Council Dances 66 

Subset Club 80 

Sweetheart Ball 105 

Tennis 138 

Tower 70 

Track. Freshman and Reserve 132 

Track, Varsity 130 

Tri-Hi-Y 74 

Turn-About Twirl 102 

Wrestling 128 

FACULTY 

Ale/ander, Mrs, Patricia 20,21,63,165 

Akhtar, Mr. Saeed 20,46 

Anderson. Mr Re/ 20.160 

l- -y^'-.v ■■*'<-. 'I'-- Mary '/'-, 

Arvin. Mr. James 20.114,115,117.120,121 

Baker. Mrs. Hanette 20,90.92 



Baker. Sgt. Jerome 20,42.43,92 

Bareford, Mrs, Deborah 20 

Barnett, Mrs. Frances 22,28 

Baugh, Mr. David 20 

Baugh, David 8,18 

Becher. Mr. Richard 24 

Beck, Mr. Bruce 20.26 

Beck, Mr. Richard 22 

Beckley, Mr. Robert 20.22,52,87,96 

Benson, Mrs. Margaret 20,22 

Brady, Miss Sandra 22 

Bramblett. Mr. Robert 22.52.87,98 

Bretzlaff. Mrs. Elinor 22 

Briggs, Mr. Steven 24,73 

Brown, Miss Janice 24,88,1 10,144 

Brown. Mr. Philip 4,24,31.114,115 

Callaway, Mrs. Mary 24 

Cannon, Mrs. Eileen 24,28 

Carson. Mr. Timotheus 24,34,35,85,154 

Cartwright, Mrs. Doris 24.44,45 

Coffin, Mrs. LaVerne 24 

Coglan, Mr. Norman 26 

Cohee. Mrs. Vesta 26,35 

Craig, Mrs. Pauline 26.36 

Crawford, Mrs. Margaret 26 

Dinkens, Mr. E. Dale 26 

Dobson, Mrs. Dorothy 25 

Dobson. Mr. Irwin 25 

Easton, Mrs. Mary Denise 26,76 

Ecktman, Sgt. Harold 26,42,102,103 

Eddleman, Mr. Harold 26.78 

Edwards, Mr. Robert 28,89 

Ervin, Mr. John 28 

Evans, Mr. Don 140 

Farrell, Mr. William 28.30 

Fawver, Mrs. Frances 28 

Ferguson, Mrs. Blanche 28 

Finkbiner, Mr. Ron 28,32.72,115,138.139 

Fitzgerald, Mr. Charles 20,76 

Fitzpatrick, Miss Pat 20,76 

Fleetwood, Mr. John 30 

Follis, Mrs. Alberta 30,189 

Geller, Mr. Schuyler 30,88,90,92 

Grey, Miss Pamela 50 

Gwaltney, Mr. Charles 30 

Hall, Mrs. Virginia 30 

Hammond. Mr. Richard 30,39,82 

Hanna, Mr. Kenneth 30,40 

Harpold, Mr. Richard 30,67,112,117 

Harris, Mr. Charles 30,32 

Heniser, Mrs. Dorothy 32 

Hogan, Mrs. Marie 53 

Howard, Mr. F. M. 32,50,51 

Hulce, Mr. Raymond 22 

Jackson, Mr. George 32,40,41 

James, Mrs. Linda 26,32 

Johnson, Mr. Dewain 32 

Jones, Miss Marilyn 32,58,70,152 

Kaylor, Mr. Hartwell 31,34 

Kelley, Mr. Samuel 34,49,115 

Kemper, Mr. Jackie 34,37 

Kerr. Mr. Donald 34 

Kidwell, Mr. Max 34 

Killion, Mrs. Jane 24,40 

Kuonen, Mr. Edward 34,37,69,203 

Lawson, Mr. Jack 3,4,47 

Lewis, Mr. Frank 20.21,36,87 

Lewis, Mr. Thomas 36,52,100 

Lynch, Mr. James 36,50.51.114.115.117 

McAllister, Mrs. Joan 34,36,38,87 

McEnderfer, Mr. Louis 36,52.53.87,94,95 

McGinley. Mr. Charles 31,36 

McGrogan, Mr. William 36 

McLane. Miss Mary 31,32,36 

McLeish, Mr. Gerald 38,114,115,117,120 

McLeish, Mr. Richard 140 

McMillan, Miss Nancy 36.38,80,150 

McNeill. Mrs. Janet 52,87 

Meek, Mr. Danny 30,38 

Mellott, Mr. Wayne 27,38 

Miller, Mr. David 38,63,76,115.136 

Miller, Mrs. Evelyn 23,88 

Mitchell. Mr. Robert 36,38,115,132,133 

Mobley, Mr. Steven 38 

Moreland. Mrs. Sandra 40.48.49,87.88,110 

Morris, Mr. William 40 

Mosiman, Mrs. Josinah 40,44 

Moten, Miss Carol Ann 40 

Motley, Miss Jerry 40,78 

Nave, Mr. Lyle 40.46.47,87 

Naylor, Miss Marlyn 40.76 

Neal, Mrs. Shirley 40 

Nelson, Mr. Arnold Jr. 42,63,80 

O'Drain, Mrs. Ellen 27,42 

Oberlies, Mrs. Richard 25 

Owens, Mrs. Lilian 28,42 

Patterson, Mr. Richard 42,115,135 

Peak. Miss Yvonne 41,42,76 

Pirtle, Mr. Charles 42,50.81,90,92 

Pittenger, Mr. Sherman 41,42 

Poole. Mrs. Margaret 42 

Preston. Mr. Harry 34,44 

Rauch, Mrs. Norma 44 

Rehm, Mr. Justin 37,44 

Richardson, Mr. Harrison 44 

Riley. Mr. Raymond F. 20,21,44 

Riquelme, Mr. Rogelio 44 

Rohde, Mr. Glenn 36,37,44 

Ruschhaupt, Mr. Charles 20,44,60,63 

Schmitz, Mrs. Vera 46 

Schweir, Mrs. Mary 46 

Seitz, Mrs. Ethel 46 

Sharp, Mr. Charles 182 

Shields. Mr. James 203 

Sifferlen, Mrs. Margaret 147 

Sights, Mrs. Marguerite 46 

Sirmin, Mr. Stephen 26,46 

Skene. Mr. John 40,41.46 

Smith, Mrs. Dorothy 28.29,46 

Smith, Miss Shirley 27,46 

Smith, Mr William 38,48 



Smoot, Mr. Robert 25 

Smuck, Mrs. Mary 48.80 

Spears, Mr. Errol 48,115,136.137 

Spice, Mrs. Marjone 26,48 

Stahly, Mr. David 48.82,89 

Starker, Miss Cynthia 26,48 

Steed, Mrs. Eloise 48 

Stewart, Mr, David 48.114.115,116,117 

Stirling, Mr. Thomas 20.21,25,50,85.157,203 

Stutz, Mr. James 48,50,115,125 

Summit. Mr. Bud 25 

Summit, Mrs, Mary 25 

Sutton, Mr. Mark 50,114,115,128,158 

Thomas, Mrs. Joan 24 

Thumma, Miss Mary 34,35,50 

Tobin, Mr. H. 50 

Totten, Mr. Thomas 20,50.187 

Tout, Mr. Frank 21.50 

Townsend, Mrs. Gloria 50 

Trinkle, Mr. John 52,152 

Watkins, Mr. Frank 52,60,87,98,100 

Weaver, Mr. Jack 52,80,81 

Weakley, Mrs. Mary 52 

Welch, Miss Maryon 20,52,144 

White, Mrs. Vivian 52 

Williams, Mrs. Ann 20,52,88 

Wood, Mr. Billy 49.52.115.122.123.130,132, 

133 

Yarber, Mr, James 78 



STUDENTS 

A 



Abel, Debra 111,145 

Abel, Lisa 161 

Abney, Brenda 169 

Adams, Lisa 145 

Adams, Michael 130 

Adams, Ricky 161 

Adams, Roger 169 

Akers, Brad 153 

Aldrich, Janet 94,153 

Alexander. Cynthia 83 

Alexander, Greg 169 

Alexander, Lucinda 161 

Alexander, Ronald 121,145 

Allee, Cynthia 63,161 

Allee, David 145 

Allen. Ida 169 

Allgood, Glen 145 

Allgood, Marsha 110.111,122.161 

Allseitz, Lee Anne 153 

Allseitz, Rebecca 161 

Amadio, Corinne 145 

Amonette, Billy 117.153 

Amonette, Teresa 111.145 

Amos, Parti 161 

Anders. Marvin 121 

Anderson, David 161 

Anderson, Greg 136.153 

Anderson, Jamie 63.153 

Anderson, Karen 145 

Anderson, Rex 161 

Anderson, Robert 47,161 

Anderson, Sandara 169 

Andrews, Virginia 33.71,169 

Angel, Janice 153 

Applegate, Daniel 153 

Applegate, Steven 33,57,88,99,117,168 

Archer, Cynthia 161 

Archer, Diane 153 

Archer, Ronnie 153 

Armstrong, Diana 153 

Arnett, Beverly 161 

Arnold, Patricia 145 

Arnold, Robert 169 

Arnold, Sharon 153 

Arundale, Michael 153 

Arundale, Stephan 153 

Arvin, Christopher 161 

Arvin, Jim 128 

Ash, Vickie 153 

Asher, Brenda 169 

Asher, Pamela 145 

Ashley, Lawrence 161 

Attebury, Kimberly 145 

Attebury, Mike 153 

Ausbrooks, Brenda 45,83,161 

Ausbrooks, Linda 83,161 

Austin, Denise 1 1 1,145 

Austin, Sunnie 153 

Axsom, Susan 161 

B 

Bach, Michael 76.145 

Bacon, Joyce 83,161 

Bailey, Donavon 169 

Bailey. Judith 93,101,111,161 

Bailey, Patricia 83,161 

Bailey, Terry 145 

Bakemeier, Deborah 161 

Bakemeier, James 145 

Baker, Dru 168.169 

Baker. Gary 71.72,73.161 

Baker, Keith 145 

Baker, Lou Anne 65,110,111,122,153 

Baker, Paula 57,169 

Baker, Robert 153 

Baker, Vickie 153 

Ball, Janice 145 

Ballard. Catherine 153 

Ballard. Deborah 169 

Balsbaugh, Richard 130,109,169 

Bankston, Tern 161 

Barber, David 169 

Barger, Jimmie 145 

Barger, Rita 169 

Barker, Marsha 145 

Barnard, David 59.153 



Barnard. Gary 140 

Barnes, Bobbie 153 

Barnes, James 153 

Barnett. Barbara 161 

Barnhard. Delphin 145 

Barr. Agatha 169 

Barrett, George 153 

Barrow. Anita 161 

Barrow. Stanley 121.14 5 

Barry. Bill 74 

Barry, Ricky 74.169 

Bartholomew. Debra 169 

Bartley. Terry 161 

Basham, Deacon 153 

Bass. Carolene 161 

Bassett, Janet 99.161 

Bastm. Bryan 145 

Bastion. Vivian 145 

Bastion, William 153 

Baue. William 145 

Bauer. Bruce 161 

Baugh. Diana 145 

Baugh. Susie 83 

Baxter. Don 153 

Baxter. Harold 161 

Baxter, Jay 153 

Beaty. James 169 

Becher, Gayle 80,111.145 

Becher, Michael 32.33.34.57.59.60.63.109. 

135.169 

Bechtel. Lee 109.123.130,133.153 

Beck. Kelly 136.153 

Beck. Richard 153 

Beckett. Maria 153 

Bed well. Nancy 94,161 

Beechler, Nancy 145 

Beeler. Jeffrey 103 

Beeler, Joseph 130.133.136.153 

Beem. Mary 145 

Beineke, Ronald 161 

Beitz. Constance 63.64.93.101.111.153 

Belcher, Donna 145 

Belcher, Sharon 169 

Belcher. Vicky 153 

Bell. A Kay 145 

Bell, Jack 169 

Beller, Rickie 153 

Benefiel, Deborah 101.153 

Bennett, Maureen 153 

Bennett, Richard 169 

Bennett, Ronald 109.128.130.161 

Bennett, Steven 145 

Benson. Kathleen 58.59,101.153 

Benson. Mark 58.59.88.92.93.98.99.100.161 

Benson, Marsha 161 

Bergdoll, Bobbi 63.64.99.100.110.116.168 

Bergdoll. Timothy 121,145 

Berger, Bryan 125 

Berger, Patti 169 

Bernard. Johan 57.130.170 

Bernd. Harold 121.145 

Bernd, Margaret 111.153 

Berry, James 153 

Berry, William 145 

Bewley. Timothy 161 

Bickel. Marcia 101.153 

Biddle, Patricia 161 

Bienz. Joanne 145 

Billerman, Frances 77.161 

Billerman, Joseph 145 

Billingsley, Gary 153 

Billingsley. Sheila 145 

Bippus. Jane 83.161 

Bishop. David 66.161 

Bishop. John 170 

Black, Carol 57.61,90,99.170 

Blackburn, David 57.170 

Blake, Marie 153 

Bledsoe, Julie 153 

Blessing. Gary 75 

Blines. Mark 150.153 

Blmes. Valentina 83.170 

Bliton, Deborah 73.161 

Blough, Danny 153 

Blythe, Rebecca 161 

Boardman. Terry 145 

Boekankamp. Cheryl 71.90.101.170 

Boekankamp, Gerald 170 

Boger, Janet 145 

Bogie, Donna 51,170 

Bogie, Earlene 145 

Boillat, Harry 145 

Bolin, Vickie 145 

Bolton, Roy 145 

Boltz, Michael 153 

Boosinger, John 128.139.161 

Boothman, Jeffrey 121.145 

Bottom, Bruce 140 

Bottom, Marlin 170 

Bouchonnet, Gloria 145 

Bouchonnet, Mary Ann 153 

Boulais. Suzette 63.64.71,75.82.104.161.165 

Bowen, Pamela C. 33,89,170 

Bowen, Pamela S. 108 

Bowers, Patricia 111.145 

Bowman, Jerry 145 

Boyce. Connie 170 

Boyd, Daryle 121,145 

Boyd, Garry 136 

Boyd, Tom 33,57,109.124.125.134.135.170 

Bradburn, David 161 

Bradley. Donald 153 

Bradley. Dorothy 145 

Bradley, Thomas 59.153 

Brahaman. Raymond 153 

Brandt, Chris 33,57,58.61.69.170.203 

Branson, David 114,153 

Branstetter, Deborah 89.99,108.161 

Bratcher. Reda 77,161 

Braun, Jayne 153 

Braun, Jeffery 76.92.170 



196 index 



Braun, John 128,145 

Bray, Debra 111.145 

Bredensteiner, Gregg 145 

Breeder. Linda 145 

Breeden, Russell 161 

Breedlove, Deborah 99,116,170 

Brewer, Mark 145 

Bricker, Susan 153 

Bridges, Jerry 145 

Bright. Susan 75 

Brinegar. Nancy 145 

Brinkman, Curtis 145 

Brinson, Donna 63,88,99,100,161 

Brinson, Sharon 145 

Bristow, Robert 101,161 

Britt, David 145 

Britt, Tracey 145 

Brock, Richard 153 

Brock, Roger 170 

Bromstrup, Bruce 161 

Bromstrup. Linda 145 

Brooks, Lee Ann 93,97.1 1 1,145 

Brooks, Ralph 103 

Brothers, David 153 

Brown, Bary 145 

Brown, Bridgette 145 

Brown, Cerise 170 

Brown. Daniel 65,105.117,124,125,160,161 

Brown, Darrell 121,132.133,153 

Brown, Debra 171 

Brown, Dennis 161 

Brown, Elizabeth 33,57,63,171 

Brown, Harry 171 

Brown, Hubert 153 

Brown. Judith 145 

Brown, Julie 145 

Brown. Kenneth 153 

Brown, Kristi 153 

Brown, Malinda 161 

Brown, Michelee 93,145 

Brown, Pamela 145,153 

Brown, Richard 57,59,74,96,97,98,171 

Brown, Ronald 74,75,145 

Brown, Sherrell 153 

Brown. Susan 153 

Browning, Rita 161 

Brownlee, Peggy 65,101,153 

Bruce, Constance 43,160,161 

Bruce, Debra 145 

Bruce, John 145 

Bruce, Kenneth 103 

Bruce, Michelle 145 

Bruce, Rosalie 145 

Bruce, Stephanie 83 

Bruner, Dennis 120,121,132,133,153 

Bruning, Dolores 188 

Bryan, Betty 171 

Bryan, Cynthia 145 

Bryan, Judith 145 

Bryan, Michael 71,161 

Bryan, Rebecca 161 

Bryan. Shirley 161 

Bryant, Jack 161 

Bryant, Joretta 145 

Brydon, Anita 75,90,99,100,171 

Buergelin, Jeffrey 161 

Buergelin, Jerry 1 53 

Burchett, Randy 123,130,161 

Burgess, Donna 153 

Burgess, Susan 161 

Burgess, Vicky 111,145 

8urke, Claudia 153 

Burke. Kitty 145 

Burke. Sandra 161 

Burns, Theodore 188 

Burris, Gerald 88.99,100,153 

Burtnett, Melodi 110,111,161 

Burtnett, William 114,121,145 

Burton, Gregory 63,109,128,161 

Bush, Percy 145 

Butler, Jeffery 153 

Butler, Kathleen 145 

Butler, Sharon 161 

Byas, Mildred 188 

Byrd, Dora 153 

Byrne, Jim 33,63,117,125,130,168.171 



Caddell, Roberta 83,108,171 

Cade, Susan 153 

Cagle, Sherrie 83,108,161 

Cain, Christine 17 1 

Cains, Gwendolyn 1 53 

Cains, Theresa 153 

Cala, Terry 101,121,128,136.153 

Caldwell. Patricia 77,145 

Caldwell. Rebecca 75,77.161 

Caldwell, Roger 1 53 

Callaway, Donna 1 1 1,153 

Callaway, Terri 145 

Calvert, Harold 161 

Calvert. Lemuel 161 

Calvert, Marsha 110,111,171 

Campbell, Mitchell 121,145 

Campbell, Shasta 153 

Canada, Suzan 63,1 1 1,153 

Cantrell, Rita 161 

Caporale, Lou 1 1 1,145 

Cardwell, Abe 138,139 

Carius, John 171 

Carius, Mary 161 

Carius, Steven 145 

Carl, Sandra 145 

Carlile, Dan 59,153 

Carlson, Curtis 145 

Carmean, Lucky 161 

Carr, David 145 

Carr, Harold 171 



Carr, Karen 17 1 

Carr, Kevin 161 

Carr, Rhonda 101,153 

Carrier, Kathleen 161 

Carson, Leonard 161 

Carter, Cynthia 145 

Carter, Dan 97,145 

Carter, Daniel 145 

Carter, James 145 

Carter, Joe 161 

Carter, Kama 145 

Carter, Ken 121,128 

Carter, Kenneth 145 

Carter, Nancy 83,171 

Carter, Sandra 1 53 

Carter, Tom 153 

Cassidy, David 145 

Cassidy, Sandra 1 53 

Castetter, John 145 

Catron, Michael 145 

Cavanaugh, Linda 145 

Cave, Arthur 145 

Cavender, Peggy 1 53 

Chaillaux, Barbara 145 

Chambers, Mark 1 53 

Chambers, Constance 101,111,153 

Chancellor, Cathy 145 

Chandler, Joel 145 

Chandler, Raymond 161 

Chandler, Susan 145 

Chaney, Janice 153 

Chaplin, Constance 108.111,153 

Champman, Dennis 135 

Chapman. John 161 

Chastain. Mary 153 

Chavender, Earl 145 

Cheatham, Debra 153 

Cherry, James 153 

Cherry. Janie 161 

Cherry. Tina 145 

Christenberry, Steven 135 

Christenberry, Thomas 145 

Christensen, Bruce 121,153 

Christie, Charles 145 

Chroniak, Thomas 59,145 

Clapper, Vickie 145 

Clark, Andrea 161 

Clark, David 57,92,171 

Clark, Duane 121,145 

Clark, Leta 153 

Clark. Michael 145 

Clark. Terry 161 

Clark, Thomas 153 

Clark, Timothy 161 

Clark, Tina 153 

Clay, Sheila 171 

Cleary. Mary 65.153 

Clemens, Ralph 153 

Clemens, Richard 145 

Cline, Janice 161 

Cline, Robert A. 43,161 

Cline, Robert C. 161 

Cline, Steven 153 

Clontz, Dorothy 145 

Clontz, Ronnie 132,133,153 

Cobb, James 161 

Cobb, Mary 77,145 

Cobb, Michael T. 121,153 

Cobb, Michael K. 136,145 

Cobb, Rodney 161 

Cobb, William 145 

Cochran, Clark 153 

Coe, David 145,161 

Coffin, Marjorie 68,73,92,93,94,97,98,101, 

161,203 

Coffin, Philip 138,139 

Coglan, Bradley 145 

Cohee, Dianna 145 

Cohee, Michael 171 

Cole, Barry 72,73,161 

Cole, Patricia 153 

Cole, Terry 14 5 

Coleman, Bonnie 161 

Coller, Cheryl 90,171 

Collins, Nancy 63,64,75.108,120,161 

Collins, Susan 57 

Collins. Dianne 77,153 

Collins. Judy 153 

Collins, Randall 171 

Collins, William 132,133 

Combs, James 72,117,137,171 

Combs, Victoria 97,153 

Conway, Gary 66,67,88,90,91,98,99,100, 

170,171 

Conway, Keith 123,153 

Conwell, Caryl 153 

Conwell, David 171 

Cook, Betty 188 

Cook. Con 1 53 

Cook, David 153 

Cook, William 153 

Coonce, Ralph 121,145 

Cooper, Catherine 11 1,145 

Cooper, George 103.138,139 

Cooper. Greg 145 

Corman, James 145 

Cornelius, Anita 1 53 

Cornelius, Roger 171 

Cornett, Patricia 153 

Cornforth, Deborah 153 

Cornn, Hughie 1 17.171 

Cory, Lawrence 121,145 

Cothron, Earl 153 

Cotner, Anita 153 

Cotner, Wanda 83,172 

Cotterman, Gail 161 

Cotterman, Jeffrey 145 

Coughlen. Phyllis 161 

Coulter, Denise 153 

Courtney, Michael 1 53 

Coverstone, Craig 12 1,1 36.153 



Covert, Freddie 128,153 

Covert, Harriett 83,172 

Cowden, Dennis 153 

Cowgill. Janet 57.58,68,69,102.172,203 

Cowherd, Mary 145 

Cox, Kenneth 153 

Craft. Lettie 161 

Craft. Patricia 153 

Craft. Wiley 109,121,128,132,133,153 

Cramer, Kathleen 99,172 

Craven, Beverly 76,153 

Craven, Donna 76.172 

Crawford, Karen 76,77,80,108,111.153 

Crenshaw, Allan 153 

Crenshaw, Sheila 153 

Crenshaw. Vickie 172 

Crews. Cindy 161 

Crews. Jim 172 

Cridlin, Nick 145 

Cripe, Sheryl 145 

Criss, Terry 172 

Criswell, Roxanne 145 

Crites, John 145 

Crites, Patty 101,161 

Crocker, David 145 

Crooke, Steve 161 

Crooks. Carolyn 69,93,96,97,153,203 

Crosby, Linda 145 

Cross, Beverly 64,81,83,111,146 

Crouch. David 121,146 

Crouch, Edgar 153 

Crouch, Teresa 161 

Croucher, Greg 1 53 

Crowmer, Dwight 153 

Crowe, Gary 172 

Crowe. Richard 153 

Crump, Nancy 188 

Csiky, Carla 154 

Cullen, Terri 146 

Culley, Kevin 102,117,119,125,161 

Cushing. Michael 146 

Cuzzort, Donna 146 



Dailey. Robert 172 

Dalton, Darlene 172 

Dammeyer, Janet 161 

Danforth, Phil 102 

Daniel. Ben 65,161 

Daniels, Colan 161 

Daniels, Mary 146 

Danner, Patricia 75,90,94,97,172 

Daugherty, Jo Ellen 161 

Davidson, Diana 154 

Davis, Barbara 188 

Davis, Charles 154 

Davis, Cindy 146 

Davis, Edith 146 

Davis, Jeanell 101.161 

Davis. Mardina 161 

Davis. Nancy 111,146 

Davis, Randy 154 

Davis, Rebecca 43,68,160.161,203 

Davis, Sheila 161 

Dawson, Patty 99,161 

Dawson, Richard 97,102,108,168,172 

Day, Fonda 154 

Day, Georgia 146 

Day, Sheila 161 

Deal, Janet 146 

Dean, Alfred 161 

Dean, David 172 

Dean, Gary 154 

Dean, Kenneth 161,172 

Dean, William 154,161 

Deane, Michael 66,120,121,146 

Deane, Randy 33,67,109,117,130.172 

DeBoo, Joan 99,172 

DeBoo, Terrance 128,132,133,154 

Dedrick, Teresa 161 

Deeds, Charles 61,172 

Deem, Debra 1 54 

Deer, Michael 146 

Deere, Sandra 154 

Deeter, Bill 57.109,116.117,172 

DeFur, Jim 59,99,104.124,125,130,161 

DeHerdt. Corina 111,146 

DeHerdt, Sonja 71,101,154 

Delay, Dan 123,130,161 

Delay, Thomas 103 

DeMaree, Lewis 146 

DeMaree. Robert 146 

Denny, Donna 146 

Denny, Vicky 72.154 

Denson Debra 1 54 

Dentler. Patti 63.99.105.116.161 

DePew. Pamela 94 

Denngton, Bonnie 33.168 

Denngton. Pamela 154 

Derwin, Robert 172 

DeWitte, Kevin 29.154 

Dick. Stephanie 93.154 

Dickenson. Paula 88,89.90,92.93,94.99,172 

Diedenchsen. Herbert 94 

Diermger. Darel 1 17,172 

Diggs. Melody 1 54 

Dillard, Brenda 161 

Dilley, Pamela 154 

Dillon. Patrick 172 

Dillon, Timothy 94.146 

Dininger. Jerry 146 

Dippel, Curt 161 

Dixon, Janet 83.96,97.161 

Doan. Steve 146 

Doan, Terry 120.173 

Doane, Becky 83.161 

Dobbs, Dale 173 

Dobson, Bruce 102 



Dobson, Denise 63,80,101,111.122.154.155 

Dodd, Carolyn 1 11,154 

Dodd, Kevin 121.128,146 

Doe, Larry 146 

Doll, Kandi 173 

Donley, Laura 101.154 

Donley, Ronald 173 

Doody, Sherri 146 

Doughty. Kerry 63.173 

Doughty, Sherri 65,76,77.93,101,111.146. 

154 

Dowell, Jim 146 

Dowling, John 161 

Dowling, Nancy 83,161 

Downey, Edgar 161 

Downey, Jeffrey 146 

Downey, Marsha 108,110.111,161 

Doyle, Debra 146 

Doyle, Mary 160 

Droeger, Edward 146 

Droeger, Dianne 108,110.111,161 

Droke. Lorrain 161 

Dubecky. Kathy 146 

Duckett, Barbara 154 

Duckworth, Thomas 154 

Duke, Charles 81,161 

Duke, Judy 161 

Duke, Pam 161 

Dulin, Patti 103 

Dunaway, Jeff 63.161 

Duncan. Michael 173 

Duncan, Rickie 154 

Duncil. Chris 161 

Dungan, Richard 154 

Dungan, Robert 154 

Dunkin, Nancy 161 

Dunn, Janet 80 

Dunn. Elaine 111,154 

Durham, Connie 154 

Durham, Elizabeth 146 

Durham, Michael 154 

Durham, Phillip 162 

Durham, Rhonda 146 

Dych, Jackie 173 



Eads, Russell 146 

Early, Jack 162 

Easley, Donna 154 

Easley, John 105.173 

East, Tom 162 

Easterday, Joseph 57.58,69.73,109.130,173, 

203 

Eaton, Joe 109,117,118,173 

Eaton, Kathy 11 1,154 

Eaton, Marlene 173 

Eaton, Michael 154 

Eaton, Patricia 111,146 

Eaton, Randy 154 

Echolds, Robert 146 

Eckert, Robert 71,72,73.92,93,105.160.162 

Eddleman, Charles 162 

Eden. Chris 83,98,99,173 

Edwards, Charles 154 

Edwards, Connie 65,93,1 18.154 

Edwards, Dave 173 

Edwards, Jeff 123.146 

Edwards, Michael 154 

Edwards, Robert 1 54 

Edwards, Vanessa 146 

Eggers. Larry 121,128,146 

Elder, Phil 162 

Elias, Maria 162 

Elias, Rita 146 

Elliott, Tern 111.146 

Ellis. Gary 135 

Ellis, Steven 121,146 

Ellis. Tracy 57,109.124,125.130.168.173.176 

Elsey. Jeanie 111,173 

Elsey, Wanda 146 

Emery. Bill 162 

Endicott, Peggy 66.80,111,146 

Engelking, Donald 97,104.115,137,154 

England, Tom 162 

England. Lina 154 

Enckson. Scott 121.146 

Erlenbaugh, Beverly 146 

Ernst, Gilbert 74,162 

Ervin, Jim 173 

Esteb, Charlotte 83.173 

Ethendge. Glenya 146 

Eubanks. Judy 146 

Evans. David 146 

Evans. Gary 134.135 

Evans. Lyle 154 

Evans. Randy 137,173 

Evans, Richard 121,146,154 

Evans, Richard A. 128 

Evens. Kenny 33.63.99.174 

Everhart, Sheree 146 

Everlmg, Paul 188 

Everston, Gloria 1 54 

Ewing. Martin 154 



Fall. Jackie 162 

Fallon, Tim 188 

Farmer. Louise 57,58.65.68.69.168.174.203 

Faye, Thomas 162 

Featherston, Marcie 146 

Feldhake. Tom 162 

Fendley. Bernard 1 17.174 

Ferguson. Jean 146 

Fiddler. Christine 111.146 

Fiddler, Mike 93.154 

Field, Frank 121.146 



Fields. Sharon 1 54 

Finn. Phil 154 

Fischer, Georganne 154 

Fischer. Vickie 154 

Flechsig. Charlene 146 

Fleener. Charles 134.135 

Fleenor, Rickey 146 

Flick. Michael 81,146 

Fleitz. Philip 154 

Flora. Dons 162 

Flowers, Jeff 69,73,96,97,138,139,162,203 

Flowers, Keith 97,123,132.133,154 

Floyd. Rhonda 77,146 

Flynn, Joyce 146 

Flynn, Kenneth 135 

Flynn, Terry 174 

Foley, Patti 174 

Foltz, Susan 101,154 

Fonseca, Enrique 162 

Ford, Stan 136,138.154 

Ford. Victoria 154 

Forrester, Margie 154 

Fortner, Barbara 1 54 

Fosnight. Denise 77,154 

Fosnight. Tom 74,154 

Foster, Donna 188 

Foster, Sherry 146 

Foster. Shirley 63,111.154 

Fox, Mary 65,101.162 

Fox. Mike 162 

Fox. Teri 83,174 

Freathy, Joy 59,146 

Fredncks. Laura 154 

Freeman, Danny 154 

Freeman, Darrell 154 

Freeman. Ricky 146 

Freeman. Robert 63,115.117,132,160.162 

French. Mammie 162 

Frisbie, Karen 93.101.154 

Frye, Richard 63 

Fuller, Kathy 80.111.120,146 



Galema. John 154 

Gambill, Larry 174 

Gambill, Roger 154 

Gamble, Sharon 46,77,83 

Gammon, Ronda 146 

Gann, Douglas 146 

Gannon, Diana 146 

Gannon, John 155 

Gannon, Kathy 155 

Gannon, Ona 77 

Garard, Jack 162 

Garard, Thomas 146 

Gardner, Diana 71,162 

Gardner, Mark 121,146 

Gardner, Monte 174 

Garrett, James 155 

Garrett, Sandra 57,59,61,73,92,93,96,97,174 

Garwood, Bryan 114,146 

Gaskins, Jere 162 

Gause, Mary 155 

Gause. Patti 174 

Gause. Vickie 146 

Gearld. Teresa 146 

Gearns. James 146 

Gehring, Rickey 155 

Gentry. Gloria 82,83,162 

Gerzon, Paul 71,72,81,99,130,133,152,155 

Gibson, Jim 162 

Gibson, Kathenne 59,146 

Gibson. Laura 146 

Gibson. Mark 162 

Gillespie. Charmayne 174 

Gillespie, Denyce 101,162 

Gillespie, Norma 162 

Gillium, Pam 146 

Gilley, Rodney 155 

Gish, Shane 111,146 

Gissara, Lisa 146 

Glendenm, Gale 155 

Glover. Janice 162 

Godby, Lisa 162 

Godby. Susan 174 

Goddard, Carla 146 

Goddard, Jeff 74,123.146 

Goens. Raymond 121,146 

Goldsberry. Pam 94,174 

Gomez, Tony 146 

Gonzales, Nelly 155 

Gonzolez, Delia 174 

Goodin. Bernie 162 

Goodin. Paul 146 

Gootee, Joseph 174 

Gootee, Kathy 146 

Goodwin. Greg 88.99.100,109.123.130,162 

Gorham, Karen 83.162 

Gossett, James 1 14,146 

Gott, Bryon 137,174 

Gott, Tom 162 

Grace. Karen 57,83,99,174 

Grace. Kathy 68,101,155,203 

Graeber, Kim 110,111,122,144,146 

Graham, Dora 162 

Graham, Ellen 162 

Graham, Kathy 63,82,155 

Gramrner, Debbie 162 

Grandison. Sherrie 146 

Granzman. Jule 1 55 

G'a/e-. Oaro ] v, 

V'.":-. 'ji' ■-.'•■ , 46 

Grs/e-. Teresa 162 
Gray George 155 

'.■--.I ■■>."., ;%% 

'.-'./ ->." . 46 

Va/ ■::-.■ ; 09 123 1 30.132.133.155 



Green, Barry 117,174 

Green, Jim 125,137,162 

Green, Pam 77,162 

Green, Teresa 146 

Gregory. Thomas 146 

Grider, Eddie 162 

Griffin, Brian 162 

Griffin, Jeffrey 123 

Griffin, Rebecca 155 

Griffin, Robert 114,123,128,132,133,155 

Griffin, Victoria 162 

Griffith, Leslie 146 

Griffo, Vince 63,155,156 

Griffo, Greg 174 

Groene, Dan 68,162,203 

Gross, Beverly 174 

Grove, Sherry 63,99,168,174 

Grovenberry, Patricia 155 

Grovenberry, Sherry 162 

G'Sell, Kathy 174 

Gumerson, Ralph 97,146 

Gunter, Janet 155 

Gustin, Mark 155 



H 

Haden, Shanna 146 

Hadley, Alice 155 

Haganman, Deborah 146 

Hagans, Maria 111 

Hagy, David 57.60,61,90,91,92.93,96,97,98, 

99,100,168,175,184,185 

Hahn, Barbara 57,58,59,60,70,71,97,175 

Hahn, Thomas 71,94,155 

Haines, Harold 146 

Hall, Joy 97,146 

Hall, Kathy 155 

Hall, Sue 146 

Hallett, Larry 57,59,175 

Hamilton, Carol 146 

Hammer, Danny 175 

Hancock, Cindy 146 

Hancock, Mark 146 

Hancock, Mary 155 

Hanlon, Cheryl 94,146 

Hanes, Dave 162 

Hannah, Debbie 111,146 

Hannemann, Barbara 175 

Hansbrough, Kathy 162 

Hardin, Joseph 162 

Hardman, Teresa 155 

Hardwick, Pam 146 

Hardy, Beverly 175 

Hardy, Clayton 146 

Harkins, Fred 146 

Harlan, Diana 175 

Harlan, Lee 155 

Harlan, Teresa 162 

Harlan, William 146 

Harlow, Gary 175 

Harold, Oklas 146 

Harp, Kristella 155 

Harper, Paulette 155 

Harper, Richard 162 

Harrigan, Karen 146 

Harrington, Steve 175 

Harris, Cheryl 155 

Harris, John 155 

Harrison, Vivian 155 

Harsin, Ernest 175 

Harsin, Gilbert 162 

Harsin, Ronald 155 

Hart, Becky 146 

Hartill, Danny 46 

Hartle, Charles 83,162 

Hartle, Debra 75,175 

Hartle, Marie 146 

Hartley, Dale 97,146 

Hartley, David 57,96,97,175 

Hartley, Doug 97,155 

Hartnett, Linda 162 

Harton, Bob 124,125,175 

Harton, Steve 104,121,146 

Hartson, Debra 155 

Harvey, Allen 155 

Harvey, Donald 155 

Hasseld. Frank 146 

Hasseld, Susan 59,162 

Haste, Jennifer 146 

Haugh, Harold 72,73,175 

Hawkins, Gloria 155 

Hawkins, Kristi 146 

Hawkins, Marti 63.71,75,82,162 

Hawkins, Pamela 76,175 

Hawkins, Toni 162 

Hayes, David 162 

Hayes, Jim 175 

Hayes, Nancy 146 

Haygood, Dennis 33,104,105,109,117,118, 

175 

Haygood, Sharron 146 

Haylin, Becky 155 

Hays, Mark 155 

Hayse, Cheryl 162 

Hayzer, Paulette 77 

Hedrick. Suzanne 147 

Hedrick, Teresa 162 

Heidelman, Debra 147 

Heidelman, Joe 162 

Helms, Thomas 162 

Hench, Cathy 147 

Henderson, Carol 41,99,108,176 

Henderson, Sandra 80,90,176 

Henry, Sherrie 147 

Henson, James 147 

Henson, Jeffrey 81,147 

Hernandez, Luis 176 

Herman, James 63,155 

Hermsdorfer, James 121,155 



Hernngton, Robin 39,155 

Herren, Rebecca 176 

Herren, Sandara 111,147 

Herron. Linda 162 

Herron, Robert 65,162 

Herzberg, Jesse 147 

Heustis, Ron 69.97,162,203 

Hicks, David 93,155 

Hicks, Karen 155 

Hicks. Roxanne 33,83,176 

Hicks, Thomas 71,101,122,162 

Hicks, William 155 

Hidinger, Mark 33,176 

Higginbotham, Susan 75,82,162 

Higgins, Donna 155 

High, Janice 90,100.176 

High, Rita 147 

Hild, Linda 101.163 

Hild. Mary 147 

Hilgadiack, Penny 1 55 

Hill, Donald 155 

Hill, James 147 

Hill, Joseph 147 

Hill, Mike 176 

Hill, Phil 163 

Hillenburg, David 176 

Hilligoss. DeMaris, 101,163 

Hilligoss, Melody 155 

Hilligoss, Pam 101,176 

Hinch, Cathy 77,111 

Hines. Thomas 176 

Hinkle, Charles 163 

Hinson. Denise 155 

Hinton. Michael 121,128,147 

Hipsher, Gail 111,147 

Hire, Beverly 147 

Hire, Mark 155 

Hodge, Dale 147 

Hodge. David 101,163 

Hodge. Garry 130.131 

Hodge. Gary 155 

Hodge. Jack 155 

Hodge. Ronald 147 

Hoeping, Dianna 155 

Hoff, Joseph 121,147 

Hoffman, Rita 163 

Hogue, Clarence 163 

Hoke, Roger 147 

Holcomb, Sally 155 

Holdaway, Richard 163 

Holland, Richard 155 

Holland, Terry 147 

Hollaway, Pam 155 

Hollenbaugh, Russell 47,109.1 17.134,135,163 

Hollenbeck. Weida 147 

Holly, Sherri 163 

Holman, David 102,121,132,133.155 

Holmes, James 137,176 

Hon, Douglas 147 

Hon, Herschel 188 

Hood, Allen 163 

Hoover, Mary 155 

Hopkins, Kathenne 176 

Hopkins, Patricia 147 

Hopton, Karla 83,163 

Horn, Timothy 63,117,155 

Horner, Alan 147 

Horner, Philip 99,163 

Horner, Rebecca 70,71,108,163 

Houppert, Brian 176 

Houppert, Kevin 128 

Howard, Linda 147 

Hren. Vicki 65,80,155 

Hubbard, Barbara 147 

Hubbard. Darrel 155 

Hubbard, Gary 130.131 

Hubbard. Lu Ann 80.104,111,122,155 

Hubbard, Robert 163 

Hubbard, Wanda 80,155 

Hudelson, Adam 163 

Hudelson, Daniel 147 

Huddelson, Deborah 1 1 1 

Huddleston. Richard 176 

Hudson, Ray 121,147 

Huff. Daniel 121.147 

Huffman, Pamela 163 

Hughes, Charles 90,92,93,176 

Hughes, Georgia 94,97.147 

Hughett, Joy 155 

Hull, Joy 77 

Hull. Gerald 147 

Humphrey, Darrell 147 

Humphrey, Judy 163 

Humphrey, Karen 163 

Hunt, Robert 128.147 

Hunter. Betty 97,163 

Hunter, James 63,163 

Hunter, Jimmie 155 

Hurst, Robert 101.155 

Hutcheson. Larry 147 

Hutchinson, Joyce 176 

Hutchinson, Steven 163 

Hutchinson, Terry 76,147 

Hutton, Ellen 163 

Hutton, Harry 147 

Hyfield, Donald 99,130,163 

Hylton, Lois 163 



Irons, Ivan 177 



Jackman, Donald 163 
Jackson, Debra 163 



Jackson, Janet 83.108.163 
Jackson. Jill 51.90.108 177 
Jackson. Richard 163 
Jackson. Robert 147 
Jackson. Ronald 147 
Janes. Beverly 83 
Janes, Ruth 97,104,163 
Jeffers. Joseph 155 
Jeffries. Anna 177 
Jeffries, Cynthia 155 
Jeffries. George 163 
Jennings. Dale 155 
Jensen. Kathy 97,111 
Jem, Philip 71,97.163 
Jem, Susan 77,147 
Jerreld, Walter 74.147 
Jessup. Marianne 108,156 
Jewell. David 156 
Jewell. Steven 117.177 
Jewell. Walter 123 
Johnson, Beth 93,94.156 
Johnson, Carol 163 
Johnson, Cindy 163 
Johnson, Doug 147 
Johnson, Judy 147 
Johnson, Karen D. 83 
Johnson, Karen L. 72,101.163 
Johnson. Leslie 177 
Johnson. Pamela 147 
Johnson. Teresa 93.94.147 
Johnson. Tommie 147 
Johnson. Warren 163 
Johnston. Mark 163 
Joines, Gary 94,163 
Jolly, Rolland 147 
Jones, Beverly 177 
Jones, Daryl 163 
Jones, Donita 156 
Jones. Gary 147 
Jones. Jo Ann 177 
Jones. Julia 67,110.111,163 
Jones. Laura 163 
Jones. Linda 156 
Jones, Ronald 163 
Jones, Sandra K. 59,63 
Jones, Sandra K. 71,163 
Jones, Sandra L. 163 
Jones, Tom 101,163 
Judkins, Timothy 156 
Jule, Jim 137 

Jump, Debra 69,108,163.203 
Jung, Tamara 101.156 



Kavanaugh, Tern 163 

Kaylor. Debra 77,147 

Kaye, Richard 121,132,133,136.156 

Keel, Wanda 147 

Keers, Jill 59,163 

Keetay, Victoria 57,177 

Kehoe. Linda 156 

Kelley. John 147 

Kelley. Kevin 156 

Kelley, Linda 108 

Kelley. Rebecca 163 

Kelly, Sarah 111.147 

Kelly. Debra 99,100.108.163 

Kelly. Linda 156 

Kelly, Pauline 156 

Kelshaw. Steven 177 

Kemble. Warren 83.156 

Kemp, Alan 132 

Kemp, Richard 156 

Kempe. Gary 147 

Kennett, Nathan 147 

Kennett, Rebecca 80,97.156 

Kenney, Donna 156 

Kenworthy. Beverlee 147 

Kerkhoff, Dan 177 

Kerkhoff. Karl 177 

Kerkhoff. Steven 147 

Kerr. Debbie 163 

Kerr, Suzanne 156 

Kertes, Tern 102.103 

Key. Steve 1 56 

Kilburn, Glenna 147 

Kilburn, Mildred 163 

Kimes, Yvonne 77,147 

Kinkade, Jenny 156 

Kinder. Sheila 156 

King, Debra 147 

King, George 163 

King, Marsha 147 

King, Robert 177 

King, Sandra 147 

Kingery. Richard 101,156 

Kink, Pamela 147 

Kingsbury, John 128,147 

Kingsbury, Richard 177 

Kinney, Mark 147 

Kinney, Margaret 163 

Kinney, Michael 123,132,133.156 

Kirby, Kevin '147 

Kirch, Cathy 76,156 

Kirch. Mark 156 

Kirkland, Nina 156 

Kirlin, Debra 156 

Kissick, John 156 

Kitcoff, Kathy 147 

Kladden, Jill 163 

Kleber, Steven 147 

Klein, Eugene 177 

Klein, Michael 94,156 

Klepinger, Susan 156 

Kloss. Stephen 156 

Knoop. Debra 83,177 

Knoy. David 33,63.168.177 

Knuth. Carl 156 






198 index 



Koehring, Cheryl 83,1 1 1,163 

Koertge, Richard 147 

Korak, Paul 147 

Kord, Randy 101,147 

Koschka, Jane 147 

Koschka, John 156 

Koschka, Robert 177 

Kostarides, Helen 147 

Kostarides, Andrew 156 

Kostarides, Panagiotis 177 

Kraeszig, Jay 156 

Kraeszig, Robin 90,177 

Kramer, Michael 80,97,156 

Kroeger, Anita 33,58,59,90,91,92,177 

Kroniak, Tom 97 

Kubiak, Ralph 177 

Kunkler, Ben 163 

Kutche, Libby 156 

Kutche, Richard 104,109,117,118,119,177, 

179 



Lachmayer, Elliot 1 56 

Lain, Carolyn 83,163 

Lake, Whitney 177 

Lamb, Andrea 27,97,178 

Landwer, Michael 136 

Lane, Kenneth 178 

Lane, Lisa 93,149 

Lanman, Betty 178 

Lannom, Judy 59,63,71,163 

Lannon, Toby 121,149 

Lanum, Mary 184 

Largent, Shirley 149 

Larison, Alan 109 

Larison, Garry 178 

Larison, Teresa 178 

Lasbrook, Jack 156 

Lauck, Kathleen 156 

Lauck, William 149 

Lauck, Mary 178 

Lauck, Paul 72,73.163 

Laudleman, Jerry 123 

Lauer, Mark 136 

Lauman, Gary 121,156,178 

Launer, Pamela 178 

Launer, Paula 101,105 

Lawler, David 156 

Lawler, Peggy 156 

Lawrence, Michael 178 

Lawrence. Sherri 63,65,163 

Lawson, Glenn 149 

Lawson, Guy 99 

Lawson, Ronald 65.101,136,156 

Layman, Catherine 163 

Leach, Ray 134,135 

Leamon, Jeffrey 156 

Leamon, Lauren 99,163 

Leamon, Leslie 118,178 

Leap, Pamela 163 

Lechner, Warren 156 

Leek, Joseph 149 

Lee, James 149 

Lee, Jackie 63,111,113,118,152,156,157 

Lee, Jerry 121,149 

Lee, Joseph 178 

Lee, Karen 83,149,156 

Lee, Kathy 149 

Lee, Kevin 156 

Lee, Linda 110,160,163 

Lee, Marcia 178 

Lee, Phyllis 59,178 

Lee, Rhonda 156 

Legg, Kristi 94,149 

Lemay, Melinda 29.149 

Leo. Terri 1 56 

Leonard, Steven 75.149 

Lepper, Patrick 121.128,149 

Lepper, Randy 163 

Leslie, Jerrold 114,163 

Lessaris, William 125,156 

Lewis, Claryce 163 

Lewis, Dorothy 188 

Licking, William 123,149 

Lightfoot, Judith 163 

Linde, Guenter 178 

Lingenfelter, Nancy 156 

Little, Joseph 74,94,156 

Lobb, Roy 149 

Lobdell, JoAnne 83,105,163 

Locke, John 149 

Long, Elise 163 

Long, Pamela 1 56 

Long, Patricia 149 

Long, Paul 156 

Long, Rebecca 149 

Long, Roxanne 65,75,99,178 

Long, Vincent 148 

Longerich. Richard 71,117,128,163 

Loomis, John 178 

Lord, Stephen 1 56 

Lotz, Patricia 156 

Louden, Maria 148 

Louden, Michael 178 

Love, Deloria 156 

Love, Chester 121,156 

Lovell, Beth 78,156 

Lovell, Helen 83,101,163 

Lowe, Ann 83,163 

Lowe, Steven 163 

Loy, Kurt 63,72,79,168,178 

Lucas, Claudia 148 

Lucas, Gary 163 

Luedeman, James 148.163 

Luedeman, Jerry 156 

Like, Edward 1 56 

Luke. Robin 77,156 

Luttrell, Sandra 148 



Lutz, David 178 
Lynch, Robert 94,178 
Lynette. Michael 156 
Lyons, John 111,178 
Lyons. Karen 163 
Lyons, Kathy 163 
Lytle, Joseph 156 

M 

Mabey, James 163 

Mackell, Frank 121,136,156 

Mackell, James 128,129,148 

Madara, Debra 94,97,156 

Maddox, Gregory 78,99,163 

Maddox, Michael 121,148 

Maddox, Terrie 94,131.163 

Maffett, Robert 63,117,137,163 

Mahan, Elwin 81,148 

Mahler, Carmella 148 

Mahurin, Judy 163 

Maier, Randy 148 

Maier, Tern 43,68,160,163,203 

Maki, Sara 163 

Mandabach, Dala 101,163 

Mandrell, Connie 148 

Maners, Dan 178 

Manley, Karen 148 

Manley, Kim 148 

Mann, John 120,121,128,156 

Manning, Priscilla 156 

Manning, Reginold 163 

Manning, Stanley 156 

Mansfield, Deborah 156 

Mansfield, Jane 163 

Mansfield, Melinda 111,149 

Manson, Kenneth 121,163 

Marcum, Cheryl 101,156 

Marcum, Russell 148 

Marendt, Kim 148 

Marko, Mary 77,148 

Marlow, David 559 

Marqua, Barbara 83,101,163 

Marrow, Debbie 148 

Marshall, Christina 156 

Marshall, Edna 148 

Martin, Charles 148 

Martin, David 140,141 

Martin, Deborah 77,156 

Martin, James 148 

Martin, Pamela 148 

Martin, Robert 148 

Martin, Ronald 148 

Massey, Michael 156 

Masters, Patricia 149 

Mathers, Curtis 156 

Mathias, Bruce 163 

Mathias, Madelyn 71,80,99 

Mathis, Larry 97,156 

Mathis, Steven 33,63, 114,115,163,178 

Matthews, Anthony 63,121,136,156 

Matthews, Loretta 156 

Matthews, Robert 148 

Matthews, Susan 111,144,148 

Mathis, John 148 

Mattingly, Beth 111,148 

Maudlin, Debbie 118 

Maudlin, Deborah 71,163 

Maudlin, Janis 71,110,111,179 

Maxfield, Carol 179 

Maxwell, Brenda 148 

May, Billy 148 

May, Douglas 71,72,73,156 

May, Larry 179 

Mazur, Judianne 156 

Mazur, Linda 76,163 

McArthur, Vicki 71,96,97,163 

McCafferty, Rebecca 82,83,111,120,156 

McCallister, Gayle 148 

McCarty, Craig 179 

McCauley, Daniel 156 

McClain, Robert 148 

McCleerey, Deborah 148 

McCleery, Joyce 1 56 

McClellan, David 121,148 

McClure, Elizabeth 83,179 

McClure, Stephen 163 

McColley. Joe 33,63,64,66,89,179 

McCormick, Larry 120,121,148 

McCotter, Patrick 148 

McCoy, Beverlee 179 

McCrae, Douglas 99,123,148 

McCray. Larry 121,156 

McCreary, David 148 

McCullough, Craig 163 

McCurdy, Michael 148 

McDaniel, Jan 59,83,99,163 

Macdonald, Larry 1 56 

McDougal, Karen 83.99,163 

McDowell, John 148 

McFadyen, Donald 148 

McGauhey, David 163 

McGovern, Kevin 179 

McGuire, James 188 

McGuire, Jeffrey 148 

McGuire, Sheila 65,93,156 

McKain, Elizabeth 97,156 

Mc'Kee, Chen 148 

McKim, Mark 163 

McKim, Randy 94,156 

McKim, Raymond 99,121,163 

McKim, Rosemary 148 

McKinsey, Sandra 163 

McLaughlin, Teresa 179 

McLeod, Angela 179 

McLeod, Pamela 82,97,163 

McNeill, Roger 90,97.99,179 

McNeely, Roger 163 

McPeak, Deborah 156 

McNew, Julie 179 

McPherson, Patricia 149 



McPherson, Richard 149 

McPherson. Timothy 163 

McQuade. Ted 47,57.179 

McQueen, Laura 149 

McQueen, Linda 179 

McShanog, John 163 

McWhirter, Debra 101,152,156 

McWilliams, Rebecca 43,57,61,83,103,179 

Meade, Jane 71,163 

Meador, Danny 93,97,163 

Meadows. Barbara 156 

Meadows. Danny 94 

Meadows, Ronald 88,92,179 

Means, Roxanne 1 56 

Medcalfe, Patricia 179 

Medcalfe, Thomas 149 

Medlin, Terri 110,112,116,118,163 

Medlock, Delmar 156 

Mee, Cheryl 33,63.64,89,104,105,110,180 

Mee, Laurie 156 

Mee, Patricia 163 

Meeks. Robert 157 

Megnin, William 97,114,149 

Merriman, Dennis 149 

Merriman. Ralph 75,94,157 

Metcalf, Connie 94,149 

Metcalf, Marianne 99,68,102,163,203 

Meyer, Dwight 94,117,180 

Meyer, Jeffrey 94,121,149 

Meyer, Kathleen 149 

Meyers, Kathy 101,163 

Migliano, Charles 157 

Milby, Karen 149 

Miles, Russell 149 

Miller, Diana 149 

Miller, Eric 140 

Miller, Jay 121.128,149 

Miller, Lorena 157 

Miller, Mark 157 

Miller, Marsha 163 

Miller, Michael 63,111,117,163 

Miller, Patsy 149 

Miller, Phillip 163 

Miller, Richard 157 

Miller, Rick 71,101 

Miller, Stephanie 163 

Miller, Susan 80,157 

Mindach, Robert 103 

Minton, Tamara 163 

Mitchell, Sandra 101,157 

Mitchell, Tamara 83,163 

Mittendorf, Barney 149 

Mittendorf, Darilyn 180 

Mittendorf, Thea 99,163 

Mocas, Kent 180 

Moeller, Daniel 87,148,149 

Monka, Joel 157 

Monroe, James 157 

Monschein, Damon 74,123,149 

Monschein, Daniel 180 

Montani, Carol 163 

Montgomery, Susan 149 

Montgomery, William 121,149 

Moon, Janet 157 

Moore, Anna 65,83,120,163 

Moore, Debbie 157 

Moore, Deborah 157 

Moore, Diane 157 

Moore, Jeffrey 1 1 1 , 1 40, 1 4 1 , 1 80 

Moore, Lisa 83,163 

Moore, Michael 163 

Moore, Paul 149 

Morand, Janet 65,99.180 

Morgan, Deborah 149 

Morgan, Jacqueline 101,180 

Morgan, Jody 65,101,157 

Morgan, John 120,121,149 

Morgan, Michael 163 

Morgan, Patricia 72,152,157 

Morgan, Stephan 57,73,78,86,88,90,99,100, 

180 

Morris, Julia 163 

Morris, Jane 149 

Morris, Toney 149 

Morrison, Gary 157 

Morrow, David 157 

Morrow, Deborah 180 

Morse, Rhonda 157 

Mosby, Sharon 149 

Mosher, Mark 128,157 

Mosier, Cynthia 157 

Mosier, Steven 149 

Mosiman. Allen 149 

Mosley, Michele 180 

Mount, Carol 96,97,110,111,112.116,163 

Mowery, Doreen 76 

Moxey, Dawn 21,60,75,76,77,180.181 

Mueller, Amy 81,93,149 

Mueller, Eric 96,97,157 

Muir, Mark 149 

Mullins, Dale 157 

Mullins, Randall 163 

Mullins, Terrance 149 

Munday, Debra 157 

Murdick, Beverly 71,77,93.94,157 

Murdick, Marian 97,180 

Murphy, Carmen 149 

Murphy, James 57,88,180 

Murphy. Jo 82,180 

Murphy, Juanita 69,101.163,203 

Murray. David 157 

Muse, Bobby 57.180 

Myers, Mary 149 

Myrick, Ronald 149 



N 



Nagley, Carol 80.157 
Napier. Donna 157 



Napier. Danny 163 

Narmore, Ralph 76,149 

Neal, Janet 101.157 

Neal. Michael 180 

Neal, Nila 101,157 

Neal, Steven 92.93,180 

Nelson, Kenneth 157 

Nelson. Loreda 157 

Nelson, Raymond 163 

Nelson, Victoria 94,163 

Nesbit, Gregory 164 

Neu, Carol 157 

Neu. Judith 111,144,149 

New, Francis 199 

Newhausel, Ten 149 

Newkirk, Brent 94.97.164 

Nice. David 63.164 

Nichols, Ruth 80,157,181 

Nicholson, Dale 149 

Nicholson, David 199 

Nicholson, Mark 199 

Nicholson, Sheila 181 

Nicholson, Vicky 57,60,78,79,97,90,181 

Nickleson, Jack 181 

Nickolaus, Maureen 149 

Nickolaus, Patricia 33,94,181 

Nidey, Jeanne 149 

Niedenthal, Kay 111.149 

Niedenthal. Mark 93.164 

Niemann, Paul 181 

Nitzschke, Phillip 164 

Noe, Pamela 111,149 

Noel, Russell 164 

Noland, Keith 181 

Nontani, Alice 188 

Norman, Gary 94.97 

Norns, Lawrence 81,149 

Norris, Michael 132,133.157 

Norris, Sally 59,157 

Norrod, Gary 163 

Northern, Louis 94,157 

Norton, Bonnie 76,181 

Norton, Estail 157 

Nott, Rebecca 157 

Nottingham, Theodore 94,199 

Noxon, Alice 60,90,73,88,181 

Noxon, James 132,133.68,157.203 

Nuckols, Rosalind 89,97.149,111 



O'Connor, Kathleen 157 

O'Connor, Sharon 164 

Ohmit, Teresa 80,157 

Oldham, Debra 149 

Oldham, Donald 157 

Oliver, Denise 149 

Oliver, Marcia 181 

Oliver, Robert 163,164 

O'Neil, Kathryn 181 

Oney, Debra 181 

Orme, Jennifer 83,164 

Orphey, Kathleen 164 

Orr, Kathy 65,99,181 

Orr, Marlene, 149 

Orr, Susan 149 

Ott, Larry 181 

Ott, Steven 94,164 

Otto, John 63,157 

Owen, Deborah 149 

Owens. Deborah 13,80,164 

Owens, William 121,128.130,164 

Owensby, James 181 

Owensby, William 149 



Padden, Leslie 110,111,157 

Paddock, Ronald 157 

Page, Denise 170 

Page, Pamela 101,157 

Palmer, Marty 157 

Palmer, Michael 123,149,150 

Palmer, Pamela 149 

Parcel, Daniel 66,121,157 

Parker, James 164 

Parker, William 149 

Parman, Warren 149 

Pasch, John 74.81 

Pash, Barbara 181 

Pash, Phillip 153 

Passmore. Dave 157 

Pasirick, Jerry 164 

Pastnck, Larry 121,149 

Pastnck. Ronald 181 

Patee, Randall 136,137.181 

Pattison. Kathleen 157 

Pattison. William 181 

Pauley. Harold 149 

Payne, Woody 149 

Peacock, Daniel 157 

Peacock, James 181 

Peacock. Kevin 149 

Peavlen, Jacqueline 181 

Pedlow. Bruce 59.94.157 

Pence. Laura 71.1 10.181 

Pence, Michele 1 57 

Penney. Neil 101 

Perez, Robert 164 

Perkinson. Connie 149 

Perkinson. John 157 

Perry. Teresia 157 

Perryman. Patricia 78.79.92.93.101.164 

Personett. Randal 140 

Peters. Allan 132.133.157 

Peters. Karen 149 



Peterson. Charles 171 

Peterson, Christopher 128,149,157 

Peterson. Sandra 149 

Petro, Betty 157 

Petro, Diana 157 

Pett. Elain 188 

Petticord. Debra 181 

Petty, Victoria 83,164 

Pfau, Peggy 68,157,203 

Phelps, Kathy 57,58,70.71,78,82,89,104,182 

Phelps, Kevin 101,157 

Phillabaum, Marcy 158 

Phillips, Debora 158 

Phillips, John 158 

Phillips. Randy 149 

Prickard. Teri 83 

Piel, Michael 158 

Pierce, Rayetta 149 

Piercy. Mark 128,136,158 

Piercy, Ralph 63,64,117,128,137,168 

Pierson, David 149 

Pierson, Michael 164 

Pierson, Ronald 81,154.158 

Pietro. Marta 158 

Pigacella, Michelle 78,101,158 

Pigman, Deborah 149 

Piland, David 117,182 

Pinkman, Laurie 1 10,158 

Pinkman, Suzanne 110,182 

Pinney, Neil 182 

Pinnick, Donna 182 

Pinson, John 158 

Piper. Alice 164 

Pirtle, Rhonda 158 

Plowman, Patricia 182 

Plowman, Raymond 164 

Plummer, John 164 

Plummer, Vicki 80.120,149 

Poling, Harry 182 

Pollard, Charles 182 

Pollard, Sharon 164 

Pollard, Terry 149 

Pollom. Jeffrey 76,136,158 

Pomeroy, Vicki 93,164 

Pothast, Charles 158 

Povonder, Deborah 149 

Powell, James 158 

Powell. Susan 99,164 

Powers. Anita 33,57,99,103,168,182 

Powers, Elaine 76,182 

Powers. Emory 164 

Poynter. Carole 58.111 

Poynter, Daniel 102,182 

Poynter, Donna 164 

Poynter, Marilyn 43,69,86,87,99,100,104, 

160.164,203 

Poynter, Teresa 103 

Prather. Leonard 164 

Presti, Charles 149 

Preuss, Cornelia 182 

Price. Sherrie 182 

Pridemore, Debra 149 

Pneshoff, Douglas 121 

Pneshoff, John 149 

Pneshoff. Mary 83,182 

Priest, Donald 121,149 

Priest, Douglas 182 

Priest, James 65,117,164 

Priest, Marcia 164 

Pritchard, Donna 101.110,111,164 

Privette, Michael 121,128,149 

Proctor, Jack 121,128,158 

Proctor. Joan 182 

Propes. Mary 158 

Pryor. Richard 149 

Puckett. Larry 182 

Pullman. George 81,94,149 

Pyland. Linda 77.149 

Pyland. Robert 183 



Queen, Dons 164 

Query, James 121,128,149 

Query, Melody 111,149 

Quinn. Joseph 128,183 

Quinn, Thomas 149 

Quinn, Victoria 164 

Quinones, Liliana 57,58.76,83,158,183 



Rader. Deborah 149 

Pagland, Janice 149 

Pagland. Kathenne 89,99,1 10,164,183 

Rainbolt, June 111.149 

Rainbolt, Robert 183 

Raines. Daryl 81,123,149 

Raines. Jerry 158 

Raines, Pamela 158 

Rambaud, Kathy 149 

Ramsey. Debra 76,77,93,111.158 

Ramsy. Sherry 1 58 

Raney. Joan 188 

Randolph. Cathy 149 

Rash, Gary 130 

Rash, Terry 99.183 

Pav^r Pamela 164 

Ratliff, Gloria 149 

Ratliff. Robert 92.164,183 

Ray. Michael 164 

Ra/, Pobert 149 

Pa/, Tedd 74 

'■"■.v.','-.' ■!>.■' '-// Vi 160, 162, 164 

Peasoner, Roberta 149 

'"■.'S'./ Po^rt 72 90 

Rebhdz, Rebm 92,158 



Redman, Melinda 183 

Redman, Scott 149 

Redmon, Jeanne 149 

Redmon, Jeffrey 164 

Reed, Carol 164 

Reed, Doris 164 

Raed, Martha 59.149 

Reed. Steven 102,117,168.183 

Reed, William 63,183 

Reidy, Deborah 158 

Reifeis. Charles 164 

Reifeis, Donna 103 

Reilly, Eileen 164 

Reilly, Elaine 83,164 

Reimer, Rehnea 164 

Reimer, Terri 164 

Reinhardt, Craig 33,63,90,91,111,124,125, 

135,136,137,168 

Reinken, Judy 65,71,82,120,168,183 

Reintjes, Beth 65,75,164 

Renforth, Ronald 121,149 

Rennard, Betty 110 

Reppan, Roberta 57,59,183 

Rettig, Michael 149 

Reynolds, Diana 149 

Reynolds, Donna 158 

Reynolds, Jack 101 

Reynolds, Joseph 149 

Reynolds, Ann 164 

Reynolds, Robin 83.101,164 

Reynolds, William 158 

Rhodes, Delma 158 

Rice, Phillip 183 

Rich, Michael 158 

Richard, Danny 158 

Richards, Cynthia 63,78,79,93,158 

Richards, Dawn 149 

Richards, Julee 158 

Richardson, Daniel 57,109,140,183 

Richardson, Margaret 97,164 

Richardson, William 164 

Riches, Kathleen 149 

Richy, Robin 79 

Richter. Stephen 164 

Rickard, Terry 104 

Ridenour, Deborah 158 

Rider, Cynthia 183 

Rider, Kevin 158 

Rieland, Susan 149 

Riggles, Rita 149 

Riggs, Joseph 94,149 

Rigney, Randall 158 

Rigsby, Gail 164 

Ringer, Robert 158 

Rios, Rose 183 

Rios, Samuel 183 

Rippeth, Judith 81,90,94,97,183 

Risley, Deborah 149 

Rivers, Marienda 58 

Roark, Bonnie 164 

Robards, Carol 75,183 

Robards, Thomas 158 

Robbins, Kenneth 149 

Robbins, Michael 164 

Robbins, Sherry 164 

Robbins, William 158 

Roberts, Carole 164 

Roberts, Chester 149 

Roberts, Kathy 149 

Robertson. Andrew 121,149 

Robertson, Margaret 158 

Roberson, Rita 149 

Roberson, Steven 121,149 

Roberson, Victoria 149 

Robinson. Daniel 149 

Robinson, Eric 117,183 

Robling, Elizabeth 183 

Rockey, Marsha 111,158 

Rodgers, Maria 149 

Rodgers, Mary 83,158 

Rodman, Marsha 164 

Rodriquez, Raquel 183 

Rodriquez, Ruth 164 

Roeder, Randy 158 

Roeder, Randolph 101 

Roembke, Carol 183 

Roembke, Mark 136,158 

Rodgers, Carolyn 83,94,164 

Rodgers, David 158 

Rodgers, David 33.57,63.64.65,117,118,125, 

183 

Rodgers, Donald 184 

Rodgers, Edward 158 

Rodgers, Linda 164 

Rodgers, Nicky 121,158 

Rodgers, Rick 121,164 

Rodgers, Tiena 158 

Rohrer, Larry 158 

Romeril, Brad 102,134,135 

Rood, Nancy 63,94,164 

Rooney, Ron 149 

Rosebrock, John 184 

Rosenbaum, Lottie 184 

Ross. Alfred 158 

Ross, Cynthia 164 

Ross. Irvin 149 

Ross, Lois 149 

Ross, Michael 184 

Rossi. Albert 72,73,97,152,158 

Rossman, Wendolynn 93,149 

Roth, Marjorie 164 

Roth, Terry 137,184 

Royalty, Rosalie 149 

Rudd. Vivvie 158 

Runion, Patricia 1 58 

Runner, Sherry 149 

Rupe, Janette 149 

Rusk, Michael 164 

Russ, Charles 158 

Russell, Mary 80,81,149 

Russell, Shirley 158 



Rutan, Patricia 79,81,149 
Rutan, William 79,81,184 
Rutherford, Deborah 149 
Rutherford, Randy 158 
Ryan, Mark 71,97,164 



Saba, Anthony 121,149 

Saba, Louis 120,121.136,137 

Sadowicz. Theresa 63,118,184 

Saiz, Teresa 149 

Sales, Rosa 149 

Salsberry, James 164 

Salter, Christine 101,184 

Salter, Tom 164 

Sanders, James 99,184 

Sanders, Mikel 140 

Sanders, Penny 164 

Sanders, Richard 149 

Sanford. Kerry 188 

Sarfaty, Russell 101. 137, 164 

Sauer, Jo 149 

Sayer, Gary 164 

Scanlon, Michael 158 

Scanlon, Stephen 184 

Schafer, Norman 1 58 

Scharbrough. Anita 65,76,77,93,101,111.158 

Scharbrough, Larry 134,155 

Sceib, Jeanette 188 

Scheib, Kevin 164 

Scheib, Mark 149 

Schiefer, Karl 132,133 

Schilling, Fred 164 

Schlenz, Charles 184 

Schlenz, Kenneth 47 

Schmidhn, Janet 63.82,111,117.158 

Schmidim. Steve 184 

Schmidt, Susan 184 

Schmitt, Erleen 158 

Schorn. Connie 149 

Schorn, Debbie 158 

Schroeder, Jimmy 149 

Schroermg, Beverly 184 

Scoggins, Karen 158 

Scott, Adeanna 164 

Scott, Anthony 158 

Scott, Barbara 158 

Scott, Charles 138,139,164 

Scott, Debra 158 

Scott, Jack 184 

Scott, Janice 184 

Scott. Marta 158 

Scott, Maurice 184 

Seale, William 99,158 

Sears, Betty 150 

Sears. Brad 159 

Sears, Jetta 164 

Sechrest, Carl 164 

Sehr, Jeffrey 121,132,133,159 

Sehr, Rebecca 184 

Seigman, Connie 59,159 

Selm, Scott 81,150 

Settles, Michael 159 

Sgro, Nicholas 184 

Shadiow, Richard 63,64,94,117,118.132.164, 

166 

Shake, Deborah 164 

Shaker, Craig 184 

Shaker, Mark 164 

Shanklin, Thomas 184 

Shannon, Rebecca 59,164 

Shedd, Sheryl 78,92,93,159 

Sheetz, Theresa 150 

Shelley, Lawrence 159 

Shelton. Larry 159 

Shemwell. Janice 150 

Shernll. Deborah 184 

Shernll. Jeanne 159 

Sherrill, Phillip 101,109.111.117.164 

Sherron. David 71.94.164 

Shockley. Douglas 94,164 

Shockley, Mary 83,164 

Shockney, Donald 184 

Shockney, Winona 150 

Shoemaker, Robert 150 

Short, Patricia 150 

Short, Paul 184 

Short, Rebecca 65,83,164 

Short, Sharon 159 

Short, William 99,121,164 

Showalter, Linda 59,96,97,100,164 

Showalter, Sandra 75.110,164 

Shrum, Dona 159 

Shrum. Dennis 184 

Shurts, James 150 

Sigmond, Becky 164 

Silvers, James 136,159 

Simmons, Catherine 159 

Simmons, Marianne 150 

Simmons, Michael 88.111,128.184 

Simmons. Patti 150 

Simmons, Richard 99.100.164 

Simons. Nicki 80,111,159 

Simpson, Brenda 188 

Sinclair. Robert 150 

Singleton, Roni 80,150 

Skaggs, Michael 164 

Skees, Anita 184 

Skirvin, Rhinda 164 

Slaybaugh, Neilene 188 

Slayton, Diane 150 

Slinker, Donna 164 

Slinker, Linda 150 

Smalling, Sheila 184 

Smallwood, Loretta 150 

Smartz, Joanne 164 

Smilko, Janice 150 

Smith, Barbara 159 



Smith, Dale 159 

Smith, Dana 103 

Smith, Darrell 94,159 

Smith, Elaine 150,159 

Smith, Herbert 188 

Smith. James 68,108.164.203 

Smith. Janet 184 

Smith, Joe 159 

Smith, June 159 

Smith, Kandace 184 

Smith, Larry 164 

Smith. Linda 159 

Smith, Lona 85.110,164 

Smith, Michael 121,128.150 

Smith, Nancy 33,57.61.89.110.168,176 

Smith, Patrick 65.121,128.158,159 

Smith. Ricky 159 

Smith. Robert 159 

Smith. Ronald 123,150 

Smith. Timothy 138,189 

Smith, Tracey 150 

Smith, Vickie 150 

Smith, William 66.150 

Smoot. Duane 137.128,164 

Smoot, William 134.135 

Smutz. Robert 157 

Snell, Gary 136,159 

Snider. David 159 

Snider. Patricia 184 

Snodgrass, Donna 99,164 

Snyder. Mary 150 

Snyder, Shawna 83,164 

Soden, Carla 65 

Soden, Vickie 78.83,159.164 

Solberg. Mary 159 

Sommers, Paula 184 

Sommers. Richard 159 

Sons. Dana 1 50 

Sorensen, Joy 188 

Sorensen, Neil 188 

Sorensen. Richard 188 

Sorrentino, John 150 

Sours. Barbara 188 

Southern. Beverhe 77 

Southern. Jacquelyn 164 

Spam, Barbara 76.78.164 

Spam, Ronald 150 

Spears. Michael 184 

Spears, Teresa 184 

Spears, Vicky 59,93,159 

Spencer, Dons 150 

Speziale, Mary 159 

Spice, Wilma 90,91,92,93,97,152.159 

Spicklemire. Gerald 63,88,99,100,164 

Spindler, Pamela 150 

Sprahkle, June 150 

Sprinkle. Jay 159 

Sprinkle. Joyce 76.83 

Sprinkle. Michael 101.184 

Squires, Rita 184 

Stalas. Christine 94,97,99,100.164 

Stanbrough. James 150 

Stanford, Fred 164 

Stanley, Kenneth 184 

Stanley, Lois 188 

Stansbury, Joanne 78.101.110.150,159 

Stapp, Kathy 83,184 

Staten. Linda 150 

Steffen, Linda 184 

Steele. Debra 159 

Steele. Steven 164 

Steele. Vicki 111,150 

Steenbergen. Charlotte 164 

Stembuch, Gary 184 

Stepanovic. Jeffrey 121.128 

Stephenson, Alice 97.150 

Stephenson, Jane 57,58.69.92.184,203 

Stepp, Thomas 121.159 

Stevens, Victor 1 50 

Stevens. William 101.159 

Stewart, Daniel 65.159 

Stewart, Mark 159 

Stewart, Mary 75,80,164 

Stewart, Robert 159 

Stickle. Mane 186 

Stiles, Mark 186 

Stine, Robert 159 

Stockdale, David 94,159 

Stone. David 159 

Stone, Myron 128,150 

Stone, Rose 150 

Stone. Lynn 150 

Stonebraker, Rebecca 150 

Storm, Kevin 159 

Storm, Lianne 164 

Storm, Paul 186 

Stoughton, Paul 121,150 

Stout, Glendolyn 150 

Strahle, Anita 159 

Strange, Ginger 150 

Strange, Richard 188 

Stratton, Jeffrey 159 

Stratton, Ricki 164 

Street, Tina 1 50 

Strehle, Daniel 159 

Stnby, John 80.150 

Striby, William 99,186 

Strickland. Robert 81.150 

Strickland. Thomas 96.97,99.164 

Strong. Donald 159 

Stroud, Bruce 78.94.160.165 

Strouse, Teresa 99.165 

Struck, Daniel 150 

Struck, Kathryn 186 

Struck, Ruth 159 

Strykowski, Richard 101,121.159 

Stuart, Robert 128 

Stump, Terry 164 

Sturgeon, Elaine 150 

Sulgrove, Donald 57,81,186 

Sullivan, Linda 159 






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Sullivan, Mary 57,71,83,186 

Summers, Carl 150 

Summit, Shelley 111,144.150 

Summit, Thomas 111,117,118,186 

Sutherland, Stephanie 165 

Sutter, Stephen 159 

Sutterfield. Katherine 150 

Sutton, Gregory 121,159 

Swan, Barry 101,159 

Swan, Garry 159 

Sweeney, Joyce 159 

Swift, Stacy 165 



Taflinger, Marianne 59 

Tarter, James 150 

Taylor, Delbert 101,186 

Taylor, Judith 150 

Taylor, Linda J. 150 

Taylor, Linda S. 159 

Taylor, Mary 159 

Taylor, Norman 1 50 

Taylor, Rebecca 150 

Taylor, Rebecca S. 1 50 

Taylor, Sam 79,159 

Taylor, Todd 99,165 

Tedders, Joyce 1 50 

Temple, Lawrence 59,97,159 

Tepner, Annette 57,165,186 

Tepner, Armin 94,97 

Terrill, Charles 57,186 

Terry, Randall 150 

Terry, Tommy 186 

Thomas, Carol 94,150 

Thomas, Debra 111,150 

Thomas, Diane 165 

Thomas, Jeffery 186 

Thomas, Marc 123,165 

Thomas, Marcia 57,65,99,186 

Thomas, Paul 32,33,57,63,64,80,81,88,90,- 

92,93,99,100,111,138,139 

Thomas, Rex 96,97,99,186 

Thomas, Saundra 111,144,150 

Thompson, Barbara 165 

Thompson, Cathy 45,165 

Thompson, Charles 165 

Thompson, Connie 63,1 10,165 

Thompson, Cynthia 165 

Thompson, Marjorie 80,186 

Thompson, Michael 186 

Thompson, Pamela 83,186 

Thompson, Richard 186 

Thornburg, Leonard 33,63,66,99,111,117, 

125,168 

Throckmorton, Clarence 186 

Throckmorton, Michael 111,117,118.130,186 

Tierney, Kathleen 151 

Tillery, Constance 59,93.111,151 

Titus, Jeffery 71,165 

Todd. Debra 151 

Todd, Donna 81,159 

Todd, Ray 121,157 

Tolley, Regina 101,159 

Tolliver, Kimberly 157 

Tomey, Gerald 165 

Tomey, Julia 159 

Toms, Patti 165 

Toms, Talta 187 

Totten, William 33,74,99.186 

Tourney, Nancy 151 

Townsend, William 159 

Tracy, Donna 101,159 

Trinkle, Barbara 165 

Trosper, Jeanne 159 

Trotter, James 74,159 

Troutt, Cynthia 151 

Trout, Joyce 77,151 

Trout, Stephen 165 

Trout, Thomas 159 

Trulock, Dee Anne 63,76,77.80,1 1 1,120,152, 

157,159 



Truex, Kenneth 92,93,165 

Trulock, Mark 121,151 

Tudor, Debra 165 

Tudor, Marjorie 159 

Turk, Barbara 159 

Turner, James 187 

Turner, Ronald 68,73,121,128,159,203 

Tuttle, Cynthia 165 

Tuttle, Rebecca 151 

Tuxhorn, Sally 159 



u 



Ullery, Teresa 79,83,93,159 
Umbarger, Pamela 151 
Upperfalt, Cynthia 188 
Utigard, David 94,111,187 



VanBuskirk, Rosalie 159 

Vance, Debra 151 

Vance, Randy 165 

Van Cleave, Julie 83.165 

Van Hooser, Barbara 83,90,91,187 

Van Hooser, Charlton 101.121,159 

VanHorn, Gary 187 

VanMaaren, Peter 187 

Vawter, David 165 

Velazquez, Maribeth 94,159 

Venne, Gerald 97,165 

Venne. Michael 74,101,123 

Verbosky, Jeanne 165 

Verbosky, Margaret 151 

Vernon, Georgena 151 

Veteto, Jeffery 187 

Veteto, Phillip 159 

Vincent. Randy 187 

Viney, Clara 165 

Viney, Marie 151 

Vinson, Kellie 151 

Virt, Pat 188 

Vititoe, Debra 159 

Vonaxelson, Sara 188 



w 

Waddell, Thelma 151 

Wade, Sandra 165 

Wadsworth, Jerald 151 

Wadsworth, Ralph 33,63,73,90,92,93,175,187 

Wadsworth. William 159 

Wagner, Denise 151 

Wagner, Paula 93,159 

Wagner, Sharon 151 

Wagner, William 159 

Wahl, Pamela 165 

Wahl, Patricia 165 

Walker, Diana 151 

Walker, Cheryl 57,61,75,78,99,100,110,187 

Walker, David 151 

Walker, John 151 

Walker, Patricia 159 

Walker, Paula 77,159 

Walker, Richard 121,151 

Walker, Thomas 99,187 

Walkup, Alice 78,159 

Walkup, Rex 187 

Wall, Richard 159 

Wall, Vera 102.111,116 

Wall, Verna 165 

Wallace, Cheryl 188 

Wallace, Jack 65 

Wallsmith, Cathy 151 

Walters, Dennis 65,136,158 

Walters, Gary A. 94.95,121,165 

Walters, Gary M. 187 



Walton, Stephen 187 

Ward, Betsy 187 

Ward, Danny 121,159 

Ward, Deborah 151 

Ward, Gary 165 

Ware, Debra 1 59 

Ware, Suzanne 165 

Warner, Richard 121,159 

Warthen, Rodney 165 

Waterman. Mickie 165 

Waters. Timothy 159 

Watkins. Chmeta 159 

Watkins. Nancy 101,110,122.159 

Watson, Claudia 165 

Watson. Diana 103,168,180 

Weatherford, David 121.165 

Weaver, David 1 5 1 

Webb, Michael 159 

Webb, Randy 94,187 

Weida, Steven 165 

Wein, Kimberly 151 

Weintraut, David 188 

Welch, Kathy 81,151 

Welch, Marilyn 165 

Wellborn, Gloria 188 

Wells, Kent 94,159 

Werner, Virginia 165 

West. Deborah 77.159.162 

West. Debra 70,71,165 

West. Dennis 33,59,63,82,137,188 

West, Diana 151 

West, Janice 77,151 

West, Louis 1 5 1 

Whaley, Larry 165 

Wheatley, Jack 188 

Wheatley, Susan 151 

Wheatley, Victoria 159 

Wheeler, Bruce 151 

Wheeler, Linda 63,101,159 

Whitaker. Diana 159 

Whitaker, Randall 165 

White, Daniel 151 

White, Dennis 101,188 

White. Rosellen 159 

Whited, Mary 188 

Whitehead. Robert 165 

Whitehurst, Jill 159 

Whitley, Terry 159 

Whitman, Gerald 165 

Whitham, Larry 151 

Whitlock, Allen 151 

Whitlock, James 128 

Whitlock, Steven 101,188 

Whitmyer, Russell 79,159 

Whitmore, Gary 123,151 

Whitridge, Shawn 94,110,111.122,165 

Wicker, Rebecca 151 

Wieneke, Michael 33,102,111,116,117,118, 

119,179,188 

Wilbank, James 123 

Wildrick, Barbara 101,159 

Wildrick, Donald 188 

Wiley, Gary 188 

Wiley, Nancy 159 

Wilkins, Fletcher 73,159 

Wilkens, Steven 151 

Willard, Douglas 165 

Willbanks, James 159 

Willey, Mark 188 

Willey, Steven 159 

Williams, Janice 165 

Williams, James 132,133 

Williams, John 151 

Williams, Kathy 165 

Williams, Michael 159 

Williams, Pamela 188 

Williams, Robert 128,151 

Williams, Ruth 151 

Williams, Sharon 68,159,203 

Williams, Sheila 151 

Williams. Sherry 159 

Williams, Vicki 159 

Willis, Michael 81,159 

Wilmooth, Lorna 188 



Wilmoth, Gary 159 

Wilson, Ariel 101,165 

Wilson, David 165 

Wilson, Deborah 1 59 

Wilson, Jonathan 159 

Wilson. Lou 111.151 

Wilson, Michelle 89,110,188 

Wilson, Paula 151 

Wilson, Seki 94.151 

Wilson. Stephanie 59,165 

Wilson, Steven 151 

Windsor. Becky 189 

Windsor. Stephen 121.151 

Winebarger, Terrence 165 

Winko, Gary 78,189 

Winter, Kevin 159 

Wishart, Jill 159 

Witham, Rhonda 189 

Withem. William 165 

Woerner, Paul 189 

Wolven, Darrell 188 

Wood, Bonnie 159 

Wood, Deborah 159 

Wood, Lisa 189 

Wood. Mary 111.144,151 

Wood, Richard 159 

Woodbury. Lee 1 59 

Woodier, Jerry 165 

Woodson, David 151 

Woolen, Tony 15 

Wootan, Dennis 65.99,189 

Wootan, Michael 165 

Wootan, Patrick 151 

Worland, Veda 63.80.101 

Wrancher, Anne 57.71,77.83.189 

Wren, Walter 66,102,116,117,118,119,159 

Wright, Barry 128,151 

Wright. Robert 159 

Wyand. Patricia 165 

Wyatt, Noel 99,159 

Wynn, Angelique 151 

Wynn, Deborah 47,89.90,99.189 

Wynne. Janice 189 

Wysong, Richard 136,137.168.189 



Yager, Carol 165 
Yancey, Patricia 159 
Yarberry, Peggy 165 
Yarberry, Edward 151 
Yates, Gail 83,165 
Yates, William 151 
Yeager. David 159 
Yeager, Mary 151 
Yohler, Dennis 151 
Young, Debra 159 
Young, Richard 165 
Young, Thomas 165 



Zander, Judith 43,57.90,91,103,189 
Zander, Karl 94,159 
Zander, Penny 83,165 
Zaring, Michael 73.90,189 
Zelenak, Kathleen 189 
Zimmermann, Daniel 189 
Zimmermann, David 39.61,117,189 
Zink, Susan 101,110,159 
Zollinger. Pamela 104.159 
Zucco. Joseph 63,65,165 
Zukowski, Paula 71.165 
Zwickl. Kathy 77.151 
Zwickl, Michelle 71,78,159 
Zwickl, Timothy 57 








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Photographers 
Jim Smith, Head 



Jim Noxon 



Advisor 
Mr. Edward Kuonen 

Principal 
Mr. Thomas Stirling 



EDITOR'S 

PAGE: 

staff revitalizes 

yearbook 



It was a year of 
"half" pica rulers, 
broken typewriters, 
and lost grease 
pencils. But it 
was also a time of 
change. 

Revitalizing every 
aspect of the 
yearbook, members 
of the '71 staff 
spent many hours 
in room 240 
where the 
production of the 
HILLTOPPER was 
accomplished 
through their 
cooperative efforts 
and the assistance 
of several concern- 
ed professionals. 
Special recognition 
should be given to 
advisor Mr. Edward 
Kuonen who provided 
constructive 
suggestions in 
times of indecision 
and always seemed 
to find the right 
solution to any 
difficulty that was 
encountered. 
I would also 
like to express my 
appreciation to Mr. 
James Shields, 
owner of Tower 
Studios, who 
provided our 
publication with 
excellent photo- 
graphic services 
and Mr. William 
Wright who served 
as an invaluable 
graphic arts 
consultant. 
Jan Cowgill, 
Editor-in-Chief. 



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PROGRESS: 



Participating 
in activities 
including 
plays, classes, 
mock elections, 
clubs, and 
dances, 
competing 
. in sports, and 
associating 
with people 
created 
experiences 
which would 
leave deeply 
engraved 
memories for 
Howe's students. 
With the 
assistance of 
capable 
teachers and 
administrators, 
and relationships 
with other 
students, 
they were better 
able to 
identify them- 
selves in 
society and 
become aware 
of life 
around them. 
After high 
school, 
jobs, the service, 
or college 
offered 
a continued 
progression into 
a new and 
rewarding life. 




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